On your DropDownList 2 and 3, specify the item values by checking the checkbox Specify Item Values.
Now you should know what is the number according to the options in the dropdownlists.
From there, you should be able to write you statements...
IF your values Great Park and Big Water values are both 1 then it would be something like this:
if (Reference_Syntax.DropDownList2.rawValue eq 1 AND Reference_Syntax.DropDownList3.rawValue eq 1) then
Reference_Syntax.NumericField1.rawValue = 250
Hi, thanks for the answer, I guess it should work but it somehow does not.
I specified the item values as you suggested but when I try to see if it works in "preview PDF", I get the message that "Reference_Syntax.DropDownList2.rawValue" or "Reference_Syntax.DropDownList3.rawValue" is unknown.
I am kinda stuck...
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You should not write Referen_Syntax, this only means that you must write the path to the object using the Reference Syntax....
The Reference Syntax is refering to the somExpression of an object, or a part of the somExpression
E.g. i want to access a field in a table inside a subform called frmPayment... My reference_syntax will be be something like:
Reference_Syntax = Page1.frmPayment.Table1.Row1
It works fine!
Thank you so much!