**StudioBe**Ok, I am working with the new ability to calculate on my forms (awesome by the way). I have to use numbers fields because I am calculating decimals and I donâ€™t believe regular text boxes have the ability to calculate decimals yet. That being said, I need to also use "$" is these fields. For example: "$ [{field1} / {field2}]". However, because the "$" is in the field, it will not calculate. I hope this makes sense. I get the error saying that this field can only contain numeric values. It makes sense why it will not but I am wondering if you can exclude the "$" from the calculation? I know I could just remove them but these forms are to calculate goal in a dollar value to it important that it's there. Let me know your thoughts. Thanks!

**EliezerN**Hi,

You are correct, it is not possible to calculate decimals using textboxes, so the solution is to use

**Number**fields, which is what you are doing. Now, if you want to let the symbol**$**to appear in the total of the calculation, would it be Ok for you to use it in the label of the field where the total will appear as I show in the image:That may also help. However, if that does not help you, I will try to think in a different way to let the symbol $ appear. Otherwise, let us know that idea is good for you.

Tahnks

**StudioBe**That is a simple soulution. Ill give it a try. Thanks!