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Adobe Acrobat 8 Pro

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My company has a form that was created in Word that I have since imported into Acrobat 8 Pro. I imported it as a form in LiveCycle Designer 8.

I'm trying to figure out how to get a column of dollar amounts to total at the bottom as values are entered by an end user. I have Googled my brains out for help with this and can't seem to find anything to help with what I assumed was a simple task.

I've learned that I have to write "script" to create calculations in certain fields but I have only the vaguest idea of what "script" is. The built in Help text has me running in circles (I even printed out about 500 pages of it) and my boss kind of needs this thing sooner than later.

There is plenty of information if you have created the form from scratch using Acrobat, but seemingly very little if you have created a form by importing a file from Office.

If someone can either give me the script or point me to a really good site for help with this I'd be extremely grateful.

Thanks. :whistling:
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