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Topic: Divide then Multiply
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 81356
From: SD
Date: 2/13/2003 03:52 AM

I am new to scripts as you may have guessed.
I am looking for a way to divide two preset boxes together then multiply by a given number. The example below is what
I need to accomplish.

Dart1 is the sum of several boxes which I have set to display. This works like it is suppose to.
Dart2 is the sum of total hours worked. Can be entered manually or like dart1. I haven't decided on which way to go yet.
Dart3 will display the end results of the below calculations.

Dart1 / Dart2 * 200000 with the display output going to dart3.

Hope this I made this clear and not too confusing.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance for your help.


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