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I have a List view form set up to enter data for a cash flow analysis. All of the entries are entered manually, except for Section III., which is a calculation base on figures in sections I. The list is dynamic, will be adding and deleting lines.

 

The Depreciation calculation would be Hardware items that are marked Non-Leased and would be multiplied by a factor depending on the year.

 

Amortization calculation would be Software items that are marked Non-Leased and would be multiplied by a factor depending on the year.

 

How can I set up this calculation in section III. Project Expenses, Year 0....Year 5, while all of the other values are being manually entered.

 

At the end of the list (not shown) the section III calculations will be added to a total, so I assume I will need a stored value, I was going to do this addition in the footer or a Grand Total summary.

 

 

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I wouldn't do them that way. I'd step back to a different table (or table occurrence, at least) and sum up relevant values through the relationship. List View is poorly suited to dealing with aggregate data confined to a specific order, and all the more so once you start needing to have some entries that reflect summaries of other rows of data. It's not a spreadsheet.

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