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Embedded CalculatorAsked by iet20 on November 06, 2013 at 01:04 AM
I'd like to embed a calculator with my jotform, so that when any person click on checkbox, the calculator must display a changed value.
For example, in my form I'd like a calculator whose initial count must be 2000, but when any person clicks any one check box, the calculator must show 2500. If he selects more than one checkbox, then the display must be 3000.
Please help me in this matter.
P.S: The amount (count) must be in PKR.
JotForm checkbox check count
I'm afraid that something similar that you are looking for could be achieved by using our Purchase Order, I made an example based on your current form, I'm aware that it is not exactly the behavior that you are looking for, but it is an alternative made with our form's builder possibilities.
Check that my solution using purchase order is behind your checkbox menu, if this solution fits your needs you can delete your checkbox menu and leave just the purchase order
My alternative was based in this guide
Feel free to clone it in order to make further investigations:
Hope it helps
please let us know if you need further assistance
Can this be used, if you already have a payment form?
Unfortunately only one payment option is allowed in each form however if you really need to have 2 payment option then you might want to check on this guide http://www.jotform.com/help/182-How-to-Create-a-Basic-Multiple-Payment-form otherwise you can follow the steps provided by my colleague.
The only problem with setting up 2 payment method is that it will be submitted seperately so the other payment option will be on a seperate form that is embedded into your form.
If you have problem setting this up please let us know by replying to this thread.