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Calculations in Infopath 2010 Form

Posted on 2014-01-08
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I have 3 number fields in an InfoPath 2010 form and this is what I need to happen.

Number 1 = X

Number 2 = Y

Number 3 = Total

But the total need to be weighted - X is 60% of the Total and Y is 40% of the Total.

Ideas?
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Question by:Sahap Yuzer
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(number1 * .6) + (number2 * .4)

would not this work as a default or as a set field rule? You can use round function if you do not want decimals.
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