Question about Casio Parts Cash Register PC Desktop
Does anyone know haow to set the VAT to 15% on the above calculator
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is an old rare UK model so i don't have the sequence for it. Do you have any manuals for it? I can help you to look up the correct settings if you have a manual. I may have some similar models but sometimes you can muck up other programming if you get it wrong.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
Hi. That's an oldie. I might have some info kicking around in storage for the 2100 if you are still having trouble. Just let me know.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Casio MS-8TV
How do I program tax rate into my calculator?
Non-printing models (also applies to HR-8TE printing calculator):
1. Press [AC]
2. Hold [SET/%] key for about 2 seconds
3. Press [TAX+]
4. Input the tax rate
5. Press [SET/%]
Printing models (except HR-8TE):
1. Have calculator in "print" mode
2. Press [CA]
3. Hold [SET/%] key for about 3 seconds
4. Input the tax rate
5. Press [TAX+]
6. Press [SET/%]
^Top I am having a problem registering the ClassPad 300, it keeps telling me my product key is wrong.
Enter only the numerals, not the letters.
^Top What features do our calculators have?
The attached chart shows comparisons of the different calculator models. This includes graphing, scientific and printing calculators. download the chart here
^Top What is the [F CUT 5/4] switch or [DEC] F, 0, 2 button for?
The HR-8TE/HR-8TM have a [DEC] key with F, 0, 2, and 5/4 over it, while many other calculators models have a switch labeled [F CUT 5/4].
The button or switch can control rounding off to a certain number of decimal places. F is floating point (no F indicator on screen), 0 rounds off to 0 places after decimal point, and 2 rounds off to 2 places after decimal point.
The 5/4 applies to either the 0 or 2 modes, and describes the type of rounding off that is performed. The calculator will round down if the digit after the one you are rounding to is 4 or lower, and round up if the digit is 5 or higher.
^Top What is the [5,4,3,2,1,0 ADD (2)] switch used for?
This switch is used to determine how many decimal places your answer is displayed in.
ADD (2) is often used for monetary calculations, so that it is not necessary to enter the decimal point. It is automatically placed two decimal places from the end for cents. For example, entering 123 will display as 1.23.
^Top Why do I get 111.1111... when I calculate 100+10%?
This is a markup on price procedure. The formula is as follows:
Markup%=(Markup Price-Cost)/(Markup Price)
^Top Why do I get the wrong answer when doing a percent calculation?
Make sure that you are following the correct procedure.
Adding 10%: 200 [×] 10 [%] [+]
Subtract 10%: 200 [×] 10 [%] [-]
^Top What tests are calculators permitted for?
AP Calculus requires a graphing calculator.
Any graphing or scientific calculator is permitted on the following as long as it does not have a QWERTY keyboard, electronic writing pad or a pen-input/stylus-driven interface:
PSAT/NMSQT, SAT I
SAT II Math, IC & IIC
AP Statistics (graphing expected)
Posted on May 27, 2011
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