Hiya! I’ve been using Coda to sort my d&d characters for d&d 3.5 for some time now- but I’m absolutely hopeless with tables. They’re the bane of my existance, and partly why I came to Coda instead of Exel, becuase it’s a bit more user friendly. I understand the concepts, but don’t know the terminoligy to get what I want.

What I’m essentially trying to do here is have this:

A table “**tracker**” where I can input the value of EXP we get each session. I can add things like date for record keeping, but this shouldn’t effect anything else.

From there, I have it summerized as “**Current EXP,**” which shows the Sum. This is where I get lost.

What I want is for the **Sum total of Current EXP** to be compared against the “**EXP**” chart (the one on the left) to tell me exactly **what level** that equals. This seems like a really easy thing to do in theory, but I don’t *know* the theory. (sob)

So, in this example, with the three entries in the tracker I have, the Sum being “**10,392**,” If I have a “**Current Level:**” Formula, it should say “**5**”, as per the EXP chart on the left.

*That’s the main thing I’m after*

Beyond that, I also want to know if I can make a “**Progress tracker**” between the level I’m on and the next level (So the amount of EXP required between two levels). Again, it feels like it might be a very simple formula I’m after, I just don’t know it. (Please ignore the 753 in there. It doesn’t mean anything. In theory, right now this should be a scale between 10,000 and 15,000, where the total is 10,392 at the moment.)

Any help you can offer would be amazing, whether it be more thorough or just a video you can direct me to to learn this specific solution. Thanks in advance!!