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Default SUM function and TOTALS in a data view

I have a list in Sharepoint where I have max'd out on the allowed columns for a particular type, which is the "calculation" type. However, I need a few more calculation fields. I thought there would be a way in FrontPage2003 using the dataviews to create a column with a calculated value that is not necessarily a calculated field inherent in the Sharepoint list. I have not figured out how to do this. I am not XSLT saavy. Is there a way to accomplish this using tags, XSLT and/or XPath via FrontPage2003?

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