Javascript Help in adobe

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Program                       Hours Accepted:                       Schedule:

Hours Contracted with the Institution:         Number of Weeks to Complete Hours Contracted:

Application Fee:

Kit/Books(non-refundable)

Tuition:                                                   Tuition:                                                   Total Tuition & Fees:

Total cost:                                               Total Cost:                                              Less Deposit:

Balance Due:

How would I set up a formula that would depend on the program I choose, that would multiply hours contracted with the institution by a fee and fill in tuition costs? 3 of the nine programs already have set costs associated with them when chosen, but unsure of how to multiply when transfer hours are associated into the equation.

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Javascript Help in adobe

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Jun 23, 2017

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Program                       Hours Accepted:                       Schedule:

Hours Contracted with the Institution:         Number of Weeks to Complete Hours Contracted:

Application Fee:

Kit/Books(non-refundable)

Tuition:                                                   Tuition:                                                   Total Tuition & Fees:

Total cost:                                               Total Cost:                                              Less Deposit:

Balance Due:

How would I set up a formula that would depend on the program I choose, that would multiply hours contracted with the institution by a fee and fill in tuition costs? 3 of the nine programs already have set costs associated with them when chosen, but unsure of how to multiply when transfer hours are associated into the equation.

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Acrobat SDK and JavaScript

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