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Calculating Complex Formulas in Text Documents

You can use predefined functions in a formula, and then insert the result of the calculation into a text document.

For example, to calculate the mean value of three numbers, do the following:

  1. Click in the document where you want to insert the formula, and then press F2.

  2. Click the \<emph\>Formula \</emph\>icon, and choose "Mean" from the Statistical Functions list.

  3. Type the three numbers, separated by vertical slashes (|).

  4. Press \<emph\>Enter\</emph\>. The result is inserted as a field into the document.

To edit the formula, double-click the field in the document.

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