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If a field is not blank (null), then display a value in another field Calculate the Revenue field, only if your staff has entered a date in the Submitted for Billing field. Conditional (If - Then) Design the actual Revenue field using the following formula:

If(not IsNull([Submitted for Billing]),[Revenue Forecast])
If the Submitted for Billing field is not empty (or null), then display the value from the Revenue Forecast field. Text     More on this solution...
Set status based on whether or not another field is checked. Automatically set the Status field to "Complete," when a staff member enters a date in the Completion Date field. Conditional (If - Then) Design the Status field using the following formula:

if(isnull([Completion Date]), "Pending", "Complete")
If no one's entered a value in the Completion Date field (in other words that field is null) then display the word "Pending." If not, display the word "Complete." Text     More on this solution...
Calculate how many fields are empty I need to create a field that counts the number of field that are non blank. The field that I need to count are labeled Model number 1, Model number 2 etc... Calculation ToNumber(IsNull([Model number 1])) + 
ToNumber(IsNull([Model number 2]))
IsNull returns a yes or no result, which when you convert it to a number using the ToNumber() function, becomes a one for yes or a zero for no. Insert a + operator to add all values together. Add as many additional fields as you need. Numeric This solution assumes that the Model Number fields are numeric. If those  fields are text type fields, the IsNull() function wont work. Try something like the following instead:

ToNumber(If (Length([Model number 1]) > 0, true, false) + 
ToNumber(If (Length([Model number 2]) > 0, true, false)
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