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Old 12-12-2019, 03:22 PM
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The reasons for the '24-1-5054' display, and its remedy, is clearly stated in the tutorial's introduction:
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In this document, the bookmarks used to create an example are often re-used in other examples. A side effect of this is that the calculated dates and times in the examples will display a result based on the last-bookmarked entry for each reference when this document is first opened. This can be corrected by updating the affected fields (by selecting the field and pressing F9, for example), and would not affect documents where the bookmark names are not re-used.
The instructions in post #2 tell you the only modifications you need to make to the Calculate a day, date, month and year, using n days delay example in the tutorial. Post #4 gives even more detailed instructions. There is nothing more to add.
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