Calculations in text form fields


K

kmewing

I did a search of the forum on this topic and didn’t find anything that
answered my question.

I’m using Word 2007 but this also needs to work with 2003. I am revamping a
form that uses text form fields. Several of the fields are drop-downs where
you can choose a number (1, 2, 3, or 4). Another field is supposed to sum
the numbers from all the drop-downs.

I cannot get this operation to work. No matter how I configure the text
fields, the summation field just says zero.

Here’s how I’ve configured things. First, the drop-downs (assume three) are
just created normally (default settings). Second, the summation field is
configured as follows (in the Text Form Field Options dialog box):

Type: Calculation
Expression: =Dropdown_bookmark1+Dropdown_bookmark2+Dropdown_bookmark3
Maximum length: Unlimited (default value)
All other fields blank.
“Calculate on exit†is selected.

A colleague did some hacking and got the summation to work by making the
following changes in the Text Form Field Options dialog box:

Change the drop-downs to regular text form fields and set the Type to
Number.
In the summation field, enclose the Expression in parentheses, as in:
=(Textfield_bookmark1+Textfield _bookmark2+Textfield _bookmark3)
In the summation field, clear the text in the Bookmark field.

I could go this route, but I would prefer to keep the drop-downs if
possible. Does anyone have any advice? Thanks.
 
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M

macropod

Hi kmewing,

First off, make sure you're using the 'legacy' dropdown formfields.

Next, with each dropdown formfield, make sure its properties include a bookmark name (eg DropDown1, DropDown2, DropDown3,
DropDown4,) and that it is set to 'calculate on exit'.

Then, where you want the calculation to go, press Ctrl-F9 to create a formula field coded as:
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4}

You can also add formatting switches to the formula field - eg:
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4 \# 0;(0)}
for whole numbers, with brackets around negative values
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4 \# $,0.00}
for currency with a thousands separator
 
K

kmewing

Thanks for the suggestions. I set up the file exactly as you described but I
still get the same behavior. The result field just shows zero regardless of
what values are entered into the drop-downs.


macropod said:
Hi kmewing,

First off, make sure you're using the 'legacy' dropdown formfields.

Next, with each dropdown formfield, make sure its properties include a bookmark name (eg DropDown1, DropDown2, DropDown3,
DropDown4,) and that it is set to 'calculate on exit'.

Then, where you want the calculation to go, press Ctrl-F9 to create a formula field coded as:
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4}

You can also add formatting switches to the formula field - eg:
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4 \# 0;(0)}
for whole numbers, with brackets around negative values
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4 \# $,0.00}
for currency with a thousands separator

--
Cheers
macropod
[MVP - Microsoft Word]


kmewing said:
I did a search of the forum on this topic and didn’t find anything that
answered my question.

I’m using Word 2007 but this also needs to work with 2003. I am revamping a
form that uses text form fields. Several of the fields are drop-downs where
you can choose a number (1, 2, 3, or 4). Another field is supposed to sum
the numbers from all the drop-downs.

I cannot get this operation to work. No matter how I configure the text
fields, the summation field just says zero.

Here’s how I’ve configured things. First, the drop-downs (assume three) are
just created normally (default settings). Second, the summation field is
configured as follows (in the Text Form Field Options dialog box):

Type: Calculation
Expression: =Dropdown_bookmark1+Dropdown_bookmark2+Dropdown_bookmark3
Maximum length: Unlimited (default value)
All other fields blank.
“Calculate on exit†is selected.

A colleague did some hacking and got the summation to work by making the
following changes in the Text Form Field Options dialog box:

Change the drop-downs to regular text form fields and set the Type to
Number.
In the summation field, enclose the Expression in parentheses, as in:
=(Textfield_bookmark1+Textfield _bookmark2+Textfield _bookmark3)
In the summation field, clear the text in the Bookmark field.

I could go this route, but I would prefer to keep the drop-downs if
possible. Does anyone have any advice? Thanks.
 
M

macropod

Hi kmewing,

Have you protected the document for forms? If so, and you've follwed the previous directions exactly, it should work. The only other
thing I can think of that would prevent it working is if you've got mergefields (for a mailmerge) embedded in the same document.

--
Cheers
macropod
[MVP - Microsoft Word]


kmewing said:
Thanks for the suggestions. I set up the file exactly as you described but I
still get the same behavior. The result field just shows zero regardless of
what values are entered into the drop-downs.


macropod said:
Hi kmewing,

First off, make sure you're using the 'legacy' dropdown formfields.

Next, with each dropdown formfield, make sure its properties include a bookmark name (eg DropDown1, DropDown2, DropDown3,
DropDown4,) and that it is set to 'calculate on exit'.

Then, where you want the calculation to go, press Ctrl-F9 to create a formula field coded as:
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4}

You can also add formatting switches to the formula field - eg:
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4 \# 0;(0)}
for whole numbers, with brackets around negative values
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4 \# $,0.00}
for currency with a thousands separator

--
Cheers
macropod
[MVP - Microsoft Word]


kmewing said:
I did a search of the forum on this topic and didn’t find anything that
answered my question.

I’m using Word 2007 but this also needs to work with 2003. I am revamping a
form that uses text form fields. Several of the fields are drop-downs where
you can choose a number (1, 2, 3, or 4). Another field is supposed to sum
the numbers from all the drop-downs.

I cannot get this operation to work. No matter how I configure the text
fields, the summation field just says zero.

Here’s how I’ve configured things. First, the drop-downs (assume three) are
just created normally (default settings). Second, the summation field is
configured as follows (in the Text Form Field Options dialog box):

Type: Calculation
Expression: =Dropdown_bookmark1+Dropdown_bookmark2+Dropdown_bookmark3
Maximum length: Unlimited (default value)
All other fields blank.
“Calculate on exit†is selected.

A colleague did some hacking and got the summation to work by making the
following changes in the Text Form Field Options dialog box:

Change the drop-downs to regular text form fields and set the Type to
Number.
In the summation field, enclose the Expression in parentheses, as in:
=(Textfield_bookmark1+Textfield _bookmark2+Textfield _bookmark3)
In the summation field, clear the text in the Bookmark field.

I could go this route, but I would prefer to keep the drop-downs if
possible. Does anyone have any advice? Thanks.
 
K

kmewing

Yes, I enabled protection. In fact, I created a test document just to test
this functionality. I opened a pristine new document, and the only text I
inserted is the text form fields, so there is no other text or functionality
embedded in this document to interfere.

There must be a reason why this isn't working but I just don't see it. At
the very least, this discussion has shown that the problem is not due to some
glaring, obvious omission. Thanks for your time nonetheless.

Ken


macropod said:
Hi kmewing,

Have you protected the document for forms? If so, and you've follwed the previous directions exactly, it should work. The only other
thing I can think of that would prevent it working is if you've got mergefields (for a mailmerge) embedded in the same document.

--
Cheers
macropod
[MVP - Microsoft Word]


kmewing said:
Thanks for the suggestions. I set up the file exactly as you described but I
still get the same behavior. The result field just shows zero regardless of
what values are entered into the drop-downs.


macropod said:
Hi kmewing,

First off, make sure you're using the 'legacy' dropdown formfields.

Next, with each dropdown formfield, make sure its properties include a bookmark name (eg DropDown1, DropDown2, DropDown3,
DropDown4,) and that it is set to 'calculate on exit'.

Then, where you want the calculation to go, press Ctrl-F9 to create a formula field coded as:
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4}

You can also add formatting switches to the formula field - eg:
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4 \# 0;(0)}
for whole numbers, with brackets around negative values
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4 \# $,0.00}
for currency with a thousands separator

--
Cheers
macropod
[MVP - Microsoft Word]


I did a search of the forum on this topic and didn’t find anything that
answered my question.

I’m using Word 2007 but this also needs to work with 2003. I am revamping a
form that uses text form fields. Several of the fields are drop-downs where
you can choose a number (1, 2, 3, or 4). Another field is supposed to sum
the numbers from all the drop-downs.

I cannot get this operation to work. No matter how I configure the text
fields, the summation field just says zero.

Here’s how I’ve configured things. First, the drop-downs (assume three) are
just created normally (default settings). Second, the summation field is
configured as follows (in the Text Form Field Options dialog box):

Type: Calculation
Expression: =Dropdown_bookmark1+Dropdown_bookmark2+Dropdown_bookmark3
Maximum length: Unlimited (default value)
All other fields blank.
“Calculate on exit†is selected.

A colleague did some hacking and got the summation to work by making the
following changes in the Text Form Field Options dialog box:

Change the drop-downs to regular text form fields and set the Type to
Number.
In the summation field, enclose the Expression in parentheses, as in:
=(Textfield_bookmark1+Textfield _bookmark2+Textfield _bookmark3)
In the summation field, clear the text in the Bookmark field.

I could go this route, but I would prefer to keep the drop-downs if
possible. Does anyone have any advice? Thanks.
 
D

Doug Robbins - Word MVP

You cannot do calculations directly with DropDown formfields, but must use a
macro that runs on exit.

Dim dd1 As Long, dd2 As Long
With ActiveDocument
dd1 = .FormFields("Dropdown1").DropDown.Value
dd2 = .FormFields("Dropdown2").DropDown.Value
.FormFields("Text1").result =
Val(.FormFields("Dropdown1").DropDown.ListEntries(dd1).Name) + _
Val(.FormFields("Dropdown1").DropDown.ListEntries(dd2).Name)
End With

Make sure that your formfield that is to show the result is NOT set to a
Calculation type formfield. It must be of type "Regular Text"

--
Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP

kmewing said:
Yes, I enabled protection. In fact, I created a test document just to
test
this functionality. I opened a pristine new document, and the only text I
inserted is the text form fields, so there is no other text or
functionality
embedded in this document to interfere.

There must be a reason why this isn't working but I just don't see it. At
the very least, this discussion has shown that the problem is not due to
some
glaring, obvious omission. Thanks for your time nonetheless.

Ken


macropod said:
Hi kmewing,

Have you protected the document for forms? If so, and you've follwed the
previous directions exactly, it should work. The only other
thing I can think of that would prevent it working is if you've got
mergefields (for a mailmerge) embedded in the same document.

--
Cheers
macropod
[MVP - Microsoft Word]


kmewing said:
Thanks for the suggestions. I set up the file exactly as you described
but I
still get the same behavior. The result field just shows zero
regardless of
what values are entered into the drop-downs.


:

Hi kmewing,

First off, make sure you're using the 'legacy' dropdown formfields.

Next, with each dropdown formfield, make sure its properties include a
bookmark name (eg DropDown1, DropDown2, DropDown3,
DropDown4,) and that it is set to 'calculate on exit'.

Then, where you want the calculation to go, press Ctrl-F9 to create a
formula field coded as:
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4}

You can also add formatting switches to the formula field - eg:
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4 \# 0;(0)}
for whole numbers, with brackets around negative values
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4 \# $,0.00}
for currency with a thousands separator

--
Cheers
macropod
[MVP - Microsoft Word]


I did a search of the forum on this topic and didn't find anything
that
answered my question.

I'm using Word 2007 but this also needs to work with 2003. I am
revamping a
form that uses text form fields. Several of the fields are
drop-downs where
you can choose a number (1, 2, 3, or 4). Another field is supposed
to sum
the numbers from all the drop-downs.

I cannot get this operation to work. No matter how I configure the
text
fields, the summation field just says zero.

Here's how I've configured things. First, the drop-downs (assume
three) are
just created normally (default settings). Second, the summation
field is
configured as follows (in the Text Form Field Options dialog box):

Type: Calculation
Expression:
=Dropdown_bookmark1+Dropdown_bookmark2+Dropdown_bookmark3
Maximum length: Unlimited (default value)
All other fields blank.
"Calculate on exit" is selected.

A colleague did some hacking and got the summation to work by making
the
following changes in the Text Form Field Options dialog box:

Change the drop-downs to regular text form fields and set the Type
to
Number.
In the summation field, enclose the Expression in parentheses, as
in:
=(Textfield_bookmark1+Textfield _bookmark2+Textfield _bookmark3)
In the summation field, clear the text in the Bookmark field.

I could go this route, but I would prefer to keep the drop-downs if
possible. Does anyone have any advice? Thanks.
 
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M

macropod

You cannot do calculations directly with DropDown formfields
Oops!

--
Cheers
macropod
[MVP - Microsoft Word]


Doug Robbins - Word MVP said:
You cannot do calculations directly with DropDown formfields, but must use a
macro that runs on exit.

Dim dd1 As Long, dd2 As Long
With ActiveDocument
dd1 = .FormFields("Dropdown1").DropDown.Value
dd2 = .FormFields("Dropdown2").DropDown.Value
.FormFields("Text1").result =
Val(.FormFields("Dropdown1").DropDown.ListEntries(dd1).Name) + _
Val(.FormFields("Dropdown1").DropDown.ListEntries(dd2).Name)
End With

Make sure that your formfield that is to show the result is NOT set to a
Calculation type formfield. It must be of type "Regular Text"

--
Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP

kmewing said:
Yes, I enabled protection. In fact, I created a test document just to
test
this functionality. I opened a pristine new document, and the only text I
inserted is the text form fields, so there is no other text or
functionality
embedded in this document to interfere.

There must be a reason why this isn't working but I just don't see it. At
the very least, this discussion has shown that the problem is not due to
some
glaring, obvious omission. Thanks for your time nonetheless.

Ken


macropod said:
Hi kmewing,

Have you protected the document for forms? If so, and you've follwed the
previous directions exactly, it should work. The only other
thing I can think of that would prevent it working is if you've got
mergefields (for a mailmerge) embedded in the same document.

--
Cheers
macropod
[MVP - Microsoft Word]


Thanks for the suggestions. I set up the file exactly as you described
but I
still get the same behavior. The result field just shows zero
regardless of
what values are entered into the drop-downs.


:

Hi kmewing,

First off, make sure you're using the 'legacy' dropdown formfields.

Next, with each dropdown formfield, make sure its properties include a
bookmark name (eg DropDown1, DropDown2, DropDown3,
DropDown4,) and that it is set to 'calculate on exit'.

Then, where you want the calculation to go, press Ctrl-F9 to create a
formula field coded as:
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4}

You can also add formatting switches to the formula field - eg:
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4 \# 0;(0)}
for whole numbers, with brackets around negative values
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4 \# $,0.00}
for currency with a thousands separator

--
Cheers
macropod
[MVP - Microsoft Word]


I did a search of the forum on this topic and didn't find anything
that
answered my question.

I'm using Word 2007 but this also needs to work with 2003. I am
revamping a
form that uses text form fields. Several of the fields are
drop-downs where
you can choose a number (1, 2, 3, or 4). Another field is supposed
to sum
the numbers from all the drop-downs.

I cannot get this operation to work. No matter how I configure the
text
fields, the summation field just says zero.

Here's how I've configured things. First, the drop-downs (assume
three) are
just created normally (default settings). Second, the summation
field is
configured as follows (in the Text Form Field Options dialog box):

Type: Calculation
Expression:
=Dropdown_bookmark1+Dropdown_bookmark2+Dropdown_bookmark3
Maximum length: Unlimited (default value)
All other fields blank.
"Calculate on exit" is selected.

A colleague did some hacking and got the summation to work by making
the
following changes in the Text Form Field Options dialog box:

Change the drop-downs to regular text form fields and set the Type
to
Number.
In the summation field, enclose the Expression in parentheses, as
in:
=(Textfield_bookmark1+Textfield _bookmark2+Textfield _bookmark3)
In the summation field, clear the text in the Bookmark field.

I could go this route, but I would prefer to keep the drop-downs if
possible. Does anyone have any advice? Thanks.
 
M

macropod

Actually, you CAN do calculations directly with DropDown formfields - I merely had the syntax wrong. It should have been:
{={REF DropDown1}+{REF DropDown2}+{REF DropDown3}+{REF DropDown4}}
where the field braces (ie '{ }') are created in pairs via Ctrl-F9.

--
Cheers
macropod
[MVP - Microsoft Word]


Doug Robbins - Word MVP said:
You cannot do calculations directly with DropDown formfields, but must use a
macro that runs on exit.

Dim dd1 As Long, dd2 As Long
With ActiveDocument
dd1 = .FormFields("Dropdown1").DropDown.Value
dd2 = .FormFields("Dropdown2").DropDown.Value
.FormFields("Text1").result =
Val(.FormFields("Dropdown1").DropDown.ListEntries(dd1).Name) + _
Val(.FormFields("Dropdown1").DropDown.ListEntries(dd2).Name)
End With

Make sure that your formfield that is to show the result is NOT set to a
Calculation type formfield. It must be of type "Regular Text"

--
Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP

kmewing said:
Yes, I enabled protection. In fact, I created a test document just to
test
this functionality. I opened a pristine new document, and the only text I
inserted is the text form fields, so there is no other text or
functionality
embedded in this document to interfere.

There must be a reason why this isn't working but I just don't see it. At
the very least, this discussion has shown that the problem is not due to
some
glaring, obvious omission. Thanks for your time nonetheless.

Ken


macropod said:
Hi kmewing,

Have you protected the document for forms? If so, and you've follwed the
previous directions exactly, it should work. The only other
thing I can think of that would prevent it working is if you've got
mergefields (for a mailmerge) embedded in the same document.

--
Cheers
macropod
[MVP - Microsoft Word]


Thanks for the suggestions. I set up the file exactly as you described
but I
still get the same behavior. The result field just shows zero
regardless of
what values are entered into the drop-downs.


:

Hi kmewing,

First off, make sure you're using the 'legacy' dropdown formfields.

Next, with each dropdown formfield, make sure its properties include a
bookmark name (eg DropDown1, DropDown2, DropDown3,
DropDown4,) and that it is set to 'calculate on exit'.

Then, where you want the calculation to go, press Ctrl-F9 to create a
formula field coded as:
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4}

You can also add formatting switches to the formula field - eg:
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4 \# 0;(0)}
for whole numbers, with brackets around negative values
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4 \# $,0.00}
for currency with a thousands separator

--
Cheers
macropod
[MVP - Microsoft Word]


I did a search of the forum on this topic and didn't find anything
that
answered my question.

I'm using Word 2007 but this also needs to work with 2003. I am
revamping a
form that uses text form fields. Several of the fields are
drop-downs where
you can choose a number (1, 2, 3, or 4). Another field is supposed
to sum
the numbers from all the drop-downs.

I cannot get this operation to work. No matter how I configure the
text
fields, the summation field just says zero.

Here's how I've configured things. First, the drop-downs (assume
three) are
just created normally (default settings). Second, the summation
field is
configured as follows (in the Text Form Field Options dialog box):

Type: Calculation
Expression:
=Dropdown_bookmark1+Dropdown_bookmark2+Dropdown_bookmark3
Maximum length: Unlimited (default value)
All other fields blank.
"Calculate on exit" is selected.

A colleague did some hacking and got the summation to work by making
the
following changes in the Text Form Field Options dialog box:

Change the drop-downs to regular text form fields and set the Type
to
Number.
In the summation field, enclose the Expression in parentheses, as
in:
=(Textfield_bookmark1+Textfield _bookmark2+Textfield _bookmark3)
In the summation field, clear the text in the Bookmark field.

I could go this route, but I would prefer to keep the drop-downs if
possible. Does anyone have any advice? Thanks.
 
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D

Doug Robbins - Word MVP

Ah, but is that directly?

It's really splitting hairs, but you are using a reference to the dropdowns.

Still, it is less work than a macro

--
Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP

macropod said:
Actually, you CAN do calculations directly with DropDown formfields - I
merely had the syntax wrong. It should have been:
{={REF DropDown1}+{REF DropDown2}+{REF DropDown3}+{REF DropDown4}}
where the field braces (ie '{ }') are created in pairs via Ctrl-F9.

--
Cheers
macropod
[MVP - Microsoft Word]


Doug Robbins - Word MVP said:
You cannot do calculations directly with DropDown formfields, but must
use a macro that runs on exit.

Dim dd1 As Long, dd2 As Long
With ActiveDocument
dd1 = .FormFields("Dropdown1").DropDown.Value
dd2 = .FormFields("Dropdown2").DropDown.Value
.FormFields("Text1").result =
Val(.FormFields("Dropdown1").DropDown.ListEntries(dd1).Name) + _
Val(.FormFields("Dropdown1").DropDown.ListEntries(dd2).Name)
End With

Make sure that your formfield that is to show the result is NOT set to a
Calculation type formfield. It must be of type "Regular Text"

--
Hope this helps.

Please reply to the newsgroup unless you wish to avail yourself of my
services on a paid consulting basis.

Doug Robbins - Word MVP

kmewing said:
Yes, I enabled protection. In fact, I created a test document just to
test
this functionality. I opened a pristine new document, and the only text
I
inserted is the text form fields, so there is no other text or
functionality
embedded in this document to interfere.

There must be a reason why this isn't working but I just don't see it.
At
the very least, this discussion has shown that the problem is not due to
some
glaring, obvious omission. Thanks for your time nonetheless.

Ken


:

Hi kmewing,

Have you protected the document for forms? If so, and you've follwed
the previous directions exactly, it should work. The only other
thing I can think of that would prevent it working is if you've got
mergefields (for a mailmerge) embedded in the same document.

--
Cheers
macropod
[MVP - Microsoft Word]


Thanks for the suggestions. I set up the file exactly as you
described but I
still get the same behavior. The result field just shows zero
regardless of
what values are entered into the drop-downs.


:

Hi kmewing,

First off, make sure you're using the 'legacy' dropdown formfields.

Next, with each dropdown formfield, make sure its properties include
a bookmark name (eg DropDown1, DropDown2, DropDown3,
DropDown4,) and that it is set to 'calculate on exit'.

Then, where you want the calculation to go, press Ctrl-F9 to create
a formula field coded as:
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4}

You can also add formatting switches to the formula field - eg:
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4 \# 0;(0)}
for whole numbers, with brackets around negative values
{=DropDown1+DropDown2+DropDown3+DropDown4 \# $,0.00}
for currency with a thousands separator

--
Cheers
macropod
[MVP - Microsoft Word]


I did a search of the forum on this topic and didn't find anything
that
answered my question.

I'm using Word 2007 but this also needs to work with 2003. I am
revamping a
form that uses text form fields. Several of the fields are
drop-downs where
you can choose a number (1, 2, 3, or 4). Another field is
supposed to sum
the numbers from all the drop-downs.

I cannot get this operation to work. No matter how I configure
the text
fields, the summation field just says zero.

Here's how I've configured things. First, the drop-downs (assume
three) are
just created normally (default settings). Second, the summation
field is
configured as follows (in the Text Form Field Options dialog box):

Type: Calculation
Expression:
=Dropdown_bookmark1+Dropdown_bookmark2+Dropdown_bookmark3
Maximum length: Unlimited (default value)
All other fields blank.
"Calculate on exit" is selected.

A colleague did some hacking and got the summation to work by
making the
following changes in the Text Form Field Options dialog box:

Change the drop-downs to regular text form fields and set the Type
to
Number.
In the summation field, enclose the Expression in parentheses, as
in:
=(Textfield_bookmark1+Textfield _bookmark2+Textfield _bookmark3)
In the summation field, clear the text in the Bookmark field.

I could go this route, but I would prefer to keep the drop-downs
if
possible. Does anyone have any advice? Thanks.
 

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