Calculated columns are the SharePoint equivalent of Excel formulae. They allow you display values that are calculated from the values of one or more other columns. These calculations can be made using standard mathematical operators and SharePoint's built-in functions.

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How can I get a daily hour value from a date/time field?

I am trying to calculate the amount of time on a daily basis. Currently I have calculated "[total hours per diem]", "[total days]" and the time values (if not split over multiple days). Where I am ...
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Calculated coulmns in sharepoint 2007

I need to use text formulas, but I also want to include data in coulmn 'ID'. As this is default column for any list it is not available in default selection. So I have added it manually. Now old ...
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Can sharepoint calculate the number of “business hours” for a list item to be completed?

I work in financial institution and we want a column in a case management database to show the number of "Buinsess hours" from start to finish of a case. Business Hours Monday to Friday 5am - 8pm ...
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Can Search be performed on a calculated field in advanced search? (SP2007)

I have yet to find a definitive answer to this question. Right now this does not work for me in sharepoint 2007 and the only common characteristic I can find for the fields is that they are calculated ...
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Add calculated column data with decimals

Is there any way to sum all values in one calculated column without losing decimal data? We're using an XPath expression and it loses all decimal information. Where @myField is one calculated column ...