With the newly created dynamic table, it is now also relatively easy to calculate.
In our example, we simply created different products and calculated the gross price. To do this, we click in the cell in which the result should be and start with an “=”, as with any formula. Then we click in the first cell with the net price and multiply this value by 1.19 to calculate the 19% mark-up.
What is immediately noticeable in the formula bar is that the cell is not specified as the reference point, as in a static table, but the column heading. In this way, the formula in each new row for this area is inherited within the dynamic table, so that it does not have to be re-entered.
Of course, a table created in this way offers a number of other options and possibilities, which you can find in the “Design” tab under “Table tools”.
See fig.(click to enlarge)