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Need help calulating a field value based on 3 radio button grouping's selections

Posted on 2014-12-30
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I have 3 groupings:

Group90
Group91
Group92

In each there are 4 choices:

Choice1
Choice2
Choice3
Choice4

Once each are chosen I want a value assigned to each group, then those values totaled in textbox Text15

In each group if Choice1 is selected then value is 4
Choice2 = 3
Choice3 = 2
Choice4 = 1

So if in Group90 if Choice 1 is selected a value of 4 is returned
Group91 - Choice2 = 3
Group92 - Choice4 = 1
Thus Text15 would equal 8

I know it is Javascript and I do not use it. I'm a VB guy. If someone could post a sample I will mess with it and try and get it to work. I inherited this PDF from a worker who quit.

Thanks
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Ok I solved this on my own

For each group I set the name of each radio button to the value that I wanted.

I then used the Value Is The sum(+) setting on the set the Text Field Caluclate tab of the Text Field Properties for the destination textbox.

Works like a boss!
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