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Better way for conditional calculations?

Question asked by JeffDening on Feb 8, 2011
Latest reply on Feb 8, 2011 by philmodjunk

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Better way for conditional calculations?

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In my work order database I have a field for sales tax.  Since I do a lot of wholesale work, out of state work, and exempt work I made this field a conditional calculation based upon the the selected repair billing type.  This is selected from a value list of 5 entries, of which the only to get taxed is "Retail".

I have the tax field set up to be auto entered as a calculated value using the following formula

If ( Repair Type = "Retail" ; Repair total * .0875 ; 0 )

The issue I am having is if I have the Type field set as Retail but then change it to another value from the list the value in the Tax field does not change.

Is the formula I have chosen to use the issue (is there a "better" way) or am I just missing a check box someplace that is preventing it from behaving properly?

Thanks

JD

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