Q. Can I total values in a table, e.g. one amount in a number field per row?
To cover a related question, this approach should work for check boxes in a table which gave been allocated values
Assuming you have a table with repeating rows in place
You then need to open the script editor panel via the Window menu.
Select the field that will act as the grand total – in my example, this is called Total.
In the Object panel set value to Calculated Read Only
Set Value to Calculated Read Only
In the Script Editor panel choose calculate
Set the Language to FormCalc
Then in the panel add the following code – Use your table name, row name and field name. Read [*] as saying “for each instance of the object” “This” refers to the currently selected object, in this case the grand total field.
Q. Can I upload Captivate output to SharePoint – where SharePoint is being used as our intranet?
While there are articles on the web about using Flash output (SWF) in SharePoint, this note assumes HTML5 output from Captivate.
Publish your HTML5 output from Captivate to a local folder
Rename index.html to something like project_name.aspx (make sure you are editing the extension – so you don’t get project_name.apsx.html) – We are doing this so that SharePoint(and the IIS web server) will know this is content to display – a web page, not a text file to open like a word document.
Open the top level folder in windows explorer (we will copy the web page and supporting folders form this in a moment)
In the destination document library in SharePoint create a folder for this project (see the File Tab on the ribbon for the new folder tool)
Open the new folder
From the ribbon in SharePoint select Files Tab and then Explorer view
Copy all the content including sub folders from the local folder to the SharePoint explorer window
Then you can link to the project_name.aspx file from a SharePoint web or wiki page
Tested on SharePoint 2013 – should work on SharePoint 2010