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Formula question in PLD

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I have a scenario in PLD where I want certian fields to print when another field is a certian value.

I use the Formula in the PLD to get this done.

Scenario:

Field F_355 can be either 1,2,3,4.

If this F_355 is 1, then field F_358 needs to print. I could do this with the formula F_355=='1' that is linked to F_358.

If this F_355 is 2-4 then field F_370 needs to print. How will the formula look in this case?

F_355 does not equal 1?

Thanks,

Marli

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2010 at 06:34 PM

    Hi Marli,

    Use F_355>'1'

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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