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set fields value on anothers fields value

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lotus notes 4.6/r5
domino r5

I have a field called Manager...  text-computed for display
I have another field called fldManager - text-editable

I simply want the value from manager to be kept  in fldmanager...for another use ...
is this possible ?
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fordraiders


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Why is fldManager editable? If it weren't, the value formula would simply be

      Manager

provided that he field Manager is evaluated BEFORE fldManager (which means that it should be more to the left and top of the form than fldManager.

Otherwise, you'd need some kind of action to overwrite the value in the fldManager field.
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Thanks     simple enough...worked
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