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Response doc field in view

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I have a simple view with parent and response docs in it. There is a column in this view that has the formula IRecTotal. That is a number field name in the Response doc.  For some reason nothing shows up. Are there problems with Notes displaying number fields from response documents?  The number field is set up as currency with 2 decimal places and punctuated at thousands.
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Sjef Bosman earned 125 total points
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Yep. Fields from response docs only show up in the Show responses only colunm. But you can use ANY field to the left of the responses column :)
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Got ya. Thanks!
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