The 180° ambiguity of the transverse magnetic field measured by a heliomagnetograph is an intrinsic problem due to the linear polarization in Zeeman effect(Harvey, 1969). Thus we have to make use of some criteria for calibrating the transverse magnetic fields in vector magnetograms. Up to now, a few criteria have been suggested by some solar physicists (Harvey, 1969; Krall et al., 1982; Sakurai et al., 1985; Aly, 1989; Wu and Ai, 1990; Canfield et al., 1991. The existing criteria could be classified as observational criteria and mathematical criteria. The former is based on the observation facts, such as the fibrils and the filaments in solar filtergrams, and the latter is derived from the mathematical model of solar magnetic field, such as divergence equation (∆. B = 0), potential field model and force-free field model. These criteria, however, are not applicable to all solar active regions, especially to those with complicated magnetic fields. For this reason, we suggest a synthesized method for calibrating the transverse magnetic fields in solar vector magnetograms.