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How to change a variable (i.e. price assigned to a field) value so the form will calculate correctly?Asked by RobLockhart on November 02, 2016 at 03:38 PM
Regarding my Tartan Ball form: https://form.jotform.com/52806647955973
The price for Members and for non-Members has gone up. How can I change the values that calculate the total to pay? I thought when I got the dialogue shown in the attached screen shot it would be a simple mater to delete one number and insert another. But this dialogue will only accept additions, not edits.
My calculation should be $ How many Members 0-9 * 135 +
How Many non-Members 0-9 * 150
Less important but still needing fixed: the form insists on placing the words 2016 Tartan Ball at the very bottom but I cannot find where that notation is coming from. I changed all of my fields to 2017 Tartan Ball.
Please check this example on how to update the price value:
On regards of updating the words "2016 Tartan Ball", here is how:
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