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Old 07-11-2019, 04:29 AM
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You could use a series of conditional fields e.g as follows. Use CTR+F9 for the bracket pairs and press the enter key where you see

{ IF { MERGEFIELD "Field Name 1"} > 0 "Field Name 1: { MERGEFIELD "Field Name 1" \# ".0"}
"}{ IF { MERGEFIELD "Field Name 2"} > 0 "Field Name 2: { MERGEFIELD "Field Name 2" \# ".0"}
"}{ IF { MERGEFIELD "Field Name 3"} > 0 "Field Name 3: { MERGEFIELD "Field Name 3" \# ".0"}
"}
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