**To create a new marking column weights definition in FAWeb version 7.83 or higher**:

- In Faculty Access for the Web>select
**Define marking column weights**from the Gradebook menu. - To the right of the Calculation Name field, click New.
- In the Name field, enter the name of the calculation.
- In the Marking Column field, select the marking column that will be calculated.
- Click OK to return to the Marking column weights definition page.

In the Marking Column column, select the marking columns to include in the calculation. - In the Weight column, indicate each marking column's weight in the calculation.

**Note:**You can review the percentage of each marking column in the Percent column but cannot edit that column. Adjusting the weights will adjust the percentages. - Click Save.
- Assign the marking column weights to the appropriate marking column. (BB221865)

**To create a new marking column calculation in FAWeb version 7.82 or lower:**

- In Faculty Access for the Web> select Gradebook.
- On the Gradebook page, select the Setup tab.
- From the list on the left, select Define Calculations.
- To the right of the Calculation Name field, click New.
- In the Calculation Name field, enter the name of the marking column calculation.
- In the Marking Column field, select the marking column to calculate.
- Click OK to return to the Define Calculations page.
- In the Marking Column column, select the marking columns to include in the calculation.
- In the Factor column, enter the percentage of each marking column in the calculation.

**Note:**You can review the percentage of each marking column in the Percent column but cannot edit that column. Adjust the weights to adjust the percentages - Click Save.
- Assign the calculation to the appropriate marking column. (BB221865)

**Note:**You can select only marking columns preceding the marking column to calculate, as ordered on the Marking Columns tab in Grades

**Note:**Weights can be entered in any fashion. For example, if defining weights for two marking columns, you can enter a weights of 1 and 1 to indicate each marking column is worth 50%, or you can enter weights of 50 and 50, which still equates to 50% each.