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formula in lotus approach (enter from another field, if current field

formula in lotus approach (enter from another field, if current field

formula in lotus approach (enter from another field, if current field

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I am a newbie and need a bit help w formulas in lotus approach.

What I am trying to do is IF field A is blank to have the data from field B entered in field A,otherwise, to leave field A as is. Also, IF field B is blank (A is blank too), I want contents in field C to be entered in field A.

I tried something like the following but am not successful, obviously. I really appreciate any help anyone can give me. Thanks a million in advance.

 If(IsBlank(field_A), (Fill(field_B),(otherwise leave this))

 

RE: formula in lotus approach (enter from another field, if current field

If(IsBlank(FieldA)="Ja";FieldB;FieldC)
You can also type a text or value in staid of a field.
Use 'text' to enter a text into this Field.

You can also use:
If( FieldA=''; FiledB; FieldC)

RE: formula in lotus approach (enter from another field, if current field

Correction!!!

don't use " but '
so 'Ja'
and two times ' for ''
 

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