I need to make an autofill based on the number obtain from the substrack of 2 fields.

Ex.

1.-

Field "A" quintitie assure 100,000

Field "B" % charge .4%

Field "C" total charged 400

Field "D" comission paid 0%

2.-

Field "A" quintitie assure 100,000

Field "B" % charge .6%

Field "C" total charged 600

Field "D" commision paid .1%

Field "A" times x points (If in field B-D .4%= 3 points, If .5%=5 point. If .6%= 7 points , all with commission considered)

1.- 100,000 X 3 (.4%- .0%= .4%) = 300,000

2.- 100,000 x 5 (.6%-.1% = .5%) = 500,000

Ex.

1.-

Field "A" quintitie assure 100,000

Field "B" % charge .4%

Field "C" total charged 400

Field "D" comission paid 0%

2.-

Field "A" quintitie assure 100,000

Field "B" % charge .6%

Field "C" total charged 600

Field "D" commision paid .1%

**So field E I needed to be**Field "A" times x points (If in field B-D .4%= 3 points, If .5%=5 point. If .6%= 7 points , all with commission considered)

1.- 100,000 X 3 (.4%- .0%= .4%) = 300,000

2.- 100,000 x 5 (.6%-.1% = .5%) = 500,000

Manolo

Is it posible to have a range instead of a number? I tried this formula but think wrote it wrong. If between .001 and .00348 then have 1

If([Cuota]>=0.001,[Cuota]<=0.00348),1

QuickBaseCoach App Dev./Training (Mark Shnier), Champion

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Manolo

Formula syntax error

There are extra characters beyond the end of the formula.

If([Cuota]>=0.001and[Cuota]<=0.00348)

,1QuickBaseCoach App Dev./Training (Mark Shnier), Champion

I don't know what you want the whole formula to do. If you just want it to do that one thing, then just close the bracket.

If([Cuota]>=0.001 and [Cuota]<=0.00348),1)

Manolo