# fmteacher

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1. ## yikes..printing two copies

Thanks Bob. That sure nuff fixed the problem.
2. ## yikes..printing two copies

I created a form letter that is linked to my database. The letter looks fine on the screen but when I print it for some reason it creates a duplicate of each record. Instead of printing 45 pages I would have to print 90 to get my work. It says that I have 49 records, but in print preview each record has a caopy immediately after the record. What do I do?
3. ## Rounding up a calculation

Thanks LaRetta. It works.
4. ## Rounding up a calculation

Thanks for your help LaRetta This calculation does get me a number, a number with too many decimals if it happens to have any. diary 1, diary 2 are assignments that the kids did and each assignment gets graded and has a numerical value. I total all the assignments up, divide by the total possible, multiply by 100 and get a number, like 95 or 100 or 89.76543. My report card pulls this field from the grade book into the report. I dont mind the decimals in the grade book, but they look awful in the written report that gets sent home to parents. Any other thoughts? Sum(diary 1, diary 2, diary 3, twenty three four, twenty three org., twenty four one, span war map, war org) /total possible hw * 100
5. ## Rounding up a calculation

Here is my calculation field. i added the Int(Round, 0)). Total possible homework is the total worth of all of their assignments. I'm still getting 95.65432 as it appears in my report. What now? Sum(diary 1, diary 2, diary 3, twenty three four, twenty three org., twenty four one, span war map, war org) /Int(Round(total possible hw,0)) * 100
6. ## Rounding up a calculation

Thanks LaRetta. I'm gonna try that and see if it works. If not, I'll post again.
7. ## Rounding up a calculation

I am a school teacher using fm to figure class grades. I keep a gradebook in fm and I use the grades in my report card which is also written in fm. When it inserts the homework average into the report card the number is represented as 95.876543, but I want it to be 96. 95.876543 looks terrible. How do I adjust this? Please help, i have to turn in my reports tomorrow!
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