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Kathleen
 
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Default How do I set up a formula in a table in Word?

I'm trying to set up formulas in a table that was created in a Word document.
How do I do this?
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Greg Maxey
 
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That's like stating I wan to fly a plane. How do I do it. Answer, get in
the cockpit and start operating the controls.

You could start by looking at Word Helpf for "Formula" and then maybe
=(Formula) field.

Basic example. One row x 3 column table. A1 = 1 B1 = 2 in C1 put
{=(a1+b1)} where the { } is field code delimiters the pair is inserted
using CTRL+F9



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Kathleen wrote:
I'm trying to set up formulas in a table that was created in a Word
document. How do I do this?



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Hi Kathleen

Take a look at my Word Field Maths 'tutorial' at:
http://www.wopr.com/cgi-bin/w3t/show...?Number=365442
That should get you started!

Cheers


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