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bongobus1
Level: Powered On

Auto Calculation

Hi

I would like a label display to automatically show the sum value of 2 dropdown boxes - is this achievable?

Example in the app the drop downs default is 0

A user changes 1 drop down to select 2
And changes another to select 1

And this label shows 3 or updates if the user changes one of the dropdown values
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h-nagao
Level 10

Re: Auto Calculation

Hi,
To display sum value of two dropdown, you simply set Text property of label as

Dropdown1.Selected.Value+Dropdown2.Selected.Value

* Here, I assume names of drop down boxes are Dropdown1 and Dropdown2.

When user change selected item in each dropdown control, label text will also changes automatically.

Thanks,
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h-nagao
Level 10

Re: Auto Calculation

Hi,
To display sum value of two dropdown, you simply set Text property of label as

Dropdown1.Selected.Value+Dropdown2.Selected.Value

* Here, I assume names of drop down boxes are Dropdown1 and Dropdown2.

When user change selected item in each dropdown control, label text will also changes automatically.

Thanks,
bongobus1
Level: Powered On

Re: Auto Calculation

Thankyou 👍

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