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Making a PDF Golf Score Card - script help needed!

New Here ,
Sep 27, 2020 Sep 27, 2020

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I am trying to make a PDF Golf Score card. I have the layout sorted but what I need help with is a script to total the scores a user would enter. So where I have the fields PAH1 etc a user could enter a number and I want the total to be added and displayed in the field next to OUT. 

I would really appreciate help with this. I have never used any scripts in Acrobat and am a designer not a coder. Cheers!

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Community Expert , Sep 27, 2020 Sep 27, 2020

You don't need script for that, in total field go to calculate tab and use "Value is the" and pick your fields.

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You don't need script for that, in total field go to calculate tab and use "Value is the" and pick your fields.

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Thank you. I tried this first and it didn't work. But just tried again and it did. Really odd. Must have been user error somewhere!

 

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