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Table 5-1. Order of Operations for SharePoint Formulas Operator
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Negation (as in 1) Percent Exponentiation Multiplication and division Addition and subtraction Connects two strings of text (concatenation) Comparison
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If you need to change the order of operations, use parentheses to enclose the part of the formula you want to calculate first. For example, if you wanted to calculate 2+3 and then multiply the result by 6, you could do that by enclosing the 2+3 in parentheses; for example, (2+3)*6.
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Creating Calculated Columns Using Column References
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To add a calculated column, follow the steps described in 4 for adding a new column to a list (see Creating a Column in 4). Enter a name for the column and choose Calculated from the list of available column types. Then follow these steps to modify the Optional Settings for the column: 1. Enter a description of the column. 2. Double-click the first column you want to use in the formula. 3. Enter an operator. 4. Double-click a second column to follow the operator.
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CHAPTER 5 CREATING CUSTOM CALCULATIONS IN SHAREPOINT
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5. Continue until you ve completed the formula. 6. Select a data type that will be returned from the formula: Single line of text, Number, Currency, Date and Time, or Yes/No. 7. If you select Number, Currency, or Date and Time, select additional options for that data type: Number: Number of decimal places and Show as percentage Currency: Number of decimal places and Currency Format Date and Time: Date Only or Date & Time 8. Clear the Add to default view checkbox if you don t want the column added to the default view. By applying these steps, you can create simple and complex formulas using any of the allowed operators: references, constants, and functions. SharePoint creates the column and inserts the resulting calculations. So, for example, if you enter the formula [Flight Miles]+[Bonus Miles] in the column called Total Miles, SharePoint inserts the column and displays the results in the new column. By using column references, such as column names, you avoid the issue that a cell in a SharePoint list doesn t have a cell address, unlike in Excel.
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Note You don t have to enter the equal sign (=) to begin a formula in SharePoint. SharePoint adds it automatically when you save the column. You also don t have to enclose column names in brackets unless the column name includes spaces, but you might find it useful in clarifying formulas as you create them. If the column name doesn t include spaces, SharePoint removes the brackets after you save the column.
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Creating Common Formulas
By combining operators with references and constants, you can create countless formulas in SharePoint lists. Table 5-2 demonstrates common formulas using standard operators.
Calculating Column Totals
Formulas in SharePoint lists are limited to formulas related to columns in a single row. For example, you cannot create a formula to calculate the variance from the average where you compare a cell in a column to the average of the column. However, you can include column and group totals using the COUNT, AVERAGE, MAXIMUM, MINIMUM,
CHAPTER 5 CREATING CUSTOM CALCULATIONS IN SHAREPOINT
SUM, STD DEVIATION, and VARIANCE functions. Adding column and group totals is functionality that s built into SharePoint lists it doesn t require you to create a formula. To add column totals, refer to Adding Totals in the section Creating a New View in 4. Table 5-2. Common SharePoint Formulas
Description
Add the values in three columns Subtract the values in two columns Multiply the values in columns
Formula
=Column1+Column2+Column3
Example
=[FlightMiles]+[BonusMiles]+ [PromoMiles] =[Price]-[Discount]
Result
Calculates total miles Calculates price minus discount Calculates the amount of the discount (DiscountPercent column must be formatted as a percentage) Calculates cost per item Calculates the discounted price
=Column1-Column2
=Column1*Columns2
=[Price]*[DiscountPercent]
Divide the values in two columns Multiply the values in two columns and subtract the product from the first column Multiply the value in a column by a constant Add the value in two columns and multiply by a third Subtract one date from another Compare the values in two columns
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