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Default Date Calculations

I don't really know if I am in the right place but.. Can anyone help me with this?

I'm in Sharepoint Designer and I'm creating a custom list form (.aspx).

I have a date field and I have a "days" (integer) field.

I have inserted a formula and in it I want to add the days field to the date field. Editing the formula opens an XPath expression dialog, or I can type xsl code directly but.. I don't know how to do the calculation!

Am I even in the forumn?




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