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CANNOT SET TAX RATE ON CACULATOR

I WOULD LIKE A MANUAL FOR SETTING THE CALCULATOR

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Turn off / on calculator (AC button)
hold down the % (set) button on the calculator
press the Tax +
Enter the tax amount you want
Then press the % (set) button again.
That's it!

press the AC button again and you should be good to go! :)

Posted on May 01, 2009

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Jim,

Switch off the calculator
Switch it on again
Press and hold the tax button (set%) until the display changes
Enter the new tax rate
Press the tax button (tax+)

It has worked for me. I got the solution from dave@techsoft.uk.com

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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