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i was wondering if you could help me with something, i am creating an online fantasy football website and i wanted to know how i would calculate two table and then show it on another table using dreamweaver and access.

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What exactly do you want to calculate from the two tables? Can you pose a more direct question? What kind of data? Do you want to save the data in a third table or just display it on the page? I don't see much help here for Dreamweaver in this forum.

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Imar is the resident DW Guru and he could probably help you with any questions you have there but I agree, your post is extremely vauge.

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