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Sep 26, 2020 07:33 PM

- We have a field called
**Products**which is a link to our “Product” table - We have a field called
**Cost**which is a lookup field. (looks up the cost from the Product table) - In our “ORDER” table, we have a field called
**Total Cost**

In that **Total Cost** field we would like to multiply the **Cost** by the **Qty** (quantity) but if there is a value in the **Misc Cost** field then we would like to multiply that field by the **Qty** to calculate the **Total Cost**

Here’s the kicker…

Basically, we want to use the **Misc Cost** to override the **Cost** x **Qty** total, if there if something is entered in that field.

Usually a product is full price for us. Sometimes we get a massive discount on a certain quantity or we get some of a product for free. I still want to link to the existing product from our database, but I want to have this Override field and have my “Total Cost” field use the Misc Cost field, if it’s exists.

Sorry if I didn’t explain this very well. Any help here would be great!! :pray:

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Sep 26, 2020 08:28 PM

Thank you so much @ScottWorld!

That formula was much further than I was ever able to get, so thank you! But when I use that formula and put a $0.00 in the **Misc Cost** field, the **Total Cost** field, I want that $0.00 to override the **Cost** which it was not doing.

After a bit of tinkering a friend helped me come up with this, which is exactly with what I need…

:white_check_mark: . SOLUTION…

`IF({Misc COST}!=BLANK(),{Misc COST}*Qty,Cost*Qty)`

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Sep 26, 2020 07:38 PM

That could be done with a simple formula:

`IF({Misc Cost},Qty*{Misc Cost},Qty*Cost)`

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Sep 26, 2020 08:28 PM

Thank you so much @ScottWorld!

That formula was much further than I was ever able to get, so thank you! But when I use that formula and put a $0.00 in the **Misc Cost** field, the **Total Cost** field, I want that $0.00 to override the **Cost** which it was not doing.

After a bit of tinkering a friend helped me come up with this, which is exactly with what I need…

:white_check_mark: . SOLUTION…

`IF({Misc COST}!=BLANK(),{Misc COST}*Qty,Cost*Qty)`

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Sep 27, 2020 03:15 AM

Ah, yes! Zero is the tricky one. Glad you figured it out! :slightly_smiling_face:

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