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It could be very easy. Especially if you tell us which version of InDesign you use and how those prices can be found in your tables.
I'm using Indesign CS3. There are 2 columns of prices.
I hope that helps and someone can offer a solution!
Just two columns of prices and nothing else?
No, there will be an average of 3 tables per page with different headings etc.
I can send you a sample screengrab?
I'm too busy to help with this, but I was at least trying to get you to provide reasonable information so someone could help.
What distinguishes a price? How will a script know that a cell contains a price? What rounding rules apply (if any) to this 10% increase? Do you want to the nearest penny? Ten cents? Dollar? Are we even talking US currency.
You've provided so little information that we're all left guessing.
Post a screen shot here if that's the clearest way to answer the questions.
This has been discussed at some length in the forum before--if you search for "price", you'll find a bunch of topics. Try: