Default Next Cell and Recalculation Delay

Default next cell allows you to specify whether the system should go to the next cell automatically and in which direction. This helps to speed up data entry. Recalculation delay is the time period for any calculations in the form being calculated.

You can set the direction of the next cell so that if you are entering in a Strength and Conditioning form you would want to go right. If you were entering in a 20m sprint, you would want to go down

You can set the direction of the next cell so that if you are entering in a Strength and Conditioning form you would want to go right. If you were entering in a 20m sprint, you would want to go down

You can set a default next cell as right, down or no next cell. Set this up according to the way the data is entered into the system and the flow of the data. For some forms you may set the Default next cell to none as you don't want to be taken automatically to another cell. Try different defaults and see which works best for the form and the data captured in the form.

The Recalculation delay is any delay in calculations in the form being run while you are entering data into the form.

The Recalculation delay is any delay in calculations in the form being run while you are entering data into the form.

The amount of delay to wait before recalculating and refreshing the form. For very long forms you may want to enter in all of the data and then have the recalculation run (e.g. set the delay to Large), as the recalculation may slow down the speed of data entry. However, for most forms the delay will be set to none as you want the calculations to occur immediately.

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