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Hi Carol,

There are switches at the top just under the screen called the "Rounding Switch" and the "Decimal Point Selector Switch".

With the rounding switch you can select rounding up or down, but you may also want to use the second switch to show more digits after the decimal. Put it in the "F" position to show all decimal places. When it is in the 0, 1, 2 positions, it strips off and round the numbers.

Here is the link to the manual as well, look at the section detailing the "Decimal Point Selector Switch".

(You will need an Adobe Acrobat Reader to look at the manual.)

Hope this will help you. http://downloads.canon.com/cpr/software/calculator/P23-DHV-(USA-HWB).pdf

There are switches at the top just under the screen called the "Rounding Switch" and the "Decimal Point Selector Switch".

With the rounding switch you can select rounding up or down, but you may also want to use the second switch to show more digits after the decimal. Put it in the "F" position to show all decimal places. When it is in the 0, 1, 2 positions, it strips off and round the numbers.

Here is the link to the manual as well, look at the section detailing the "Decimal Point Selector Switch".

(You will need an Adobe Acrobat Reader to look at the manual.)

Hope this will help you. http://downloads.canon.com/cpr/software/calculator/P23-DHV-(USA-HWB).pdf

Nov 15, 2014 | Canon P23-DHV Calculator

Have you checked the "Rounding" setting?

Apr 08, 2014 | Casio TE-2000 PC Desktop

Shift (yellow) button and DISP (above close parenthesis).

N button.

Will show FIX _

Input required number of decimal places

That's it!

N button.

Will show FIX _

Input required number of decimal places

That's it!

Feb 13, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

You should move the rounding switch on your calculator. It has three options: an up arrow on the left side (for rounding up) a 5/4 sign in the middle (for rounding off) and a down arrow on the right side (for rounding down).

You may also have to move the decimal point selector switch to set the decimal point position.

You may also have to move the decimal point selector switch to set the decimal point position.

Mar 15, 2011 | Canon P23-DHV Calculator

Press 2nd [FORMAT], type a digit representing the number of digits you want after the decimal point (or 9 for floating), then press ENTER 2nd [QUIT].

Nov 18, 2010 | Texas Instruments BA-II Plus Calculator

Press 2nd [FIX] then the number of digits you want to the right of the decimal point. [FIX] is on the decimal point key.

Nov 07, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

Press SETUP 0 0 then select the desired number of digits to the right of the decimal point.

Aug 12, 2010 | Office Equipment & Supplies

By default the BA-II Plus displays two digits to the right of the decimal point, for dollars and cents. To change the number of digits, press 2nd [FORMAT] and a digit from 0-8. Use 9 for floating decimal display.

Jul 08, 2010 | Texas Instruments BA-II Plus Calculator

Hello,

Press [SETUP] select FIX then press [EXE]. Enter the number of decimal digits you want (3 or 4). Press [ESC] then press [EXE]

Hope it helps.

Press [SETUP] select FIX then press [EXE]. Enter the number of decimal digits you want (3 or 4). Press [ESC] then press [EXE]

Hope it helps.

Dec 14, 2008 | Casio FC-200V Scientific Calculator

I'm in Australia and only going on the program manual for your area, it states that canadian tax is tax on tax? if this is true then you probably entered a code for add on or add in tax and thereby changed it all.

you need the following

**tax table address**

1 125

2 225

3 325

4 425

**rounding off codes**

rounding off to 2 decimal places is 50

rounding up to 2 decimal places is 90

cut off to 2 decimal places is 00

**tax system code**

tax table with out tax rate 01

tax table with tax rate and add on rate 02

add in tax rate 03

*Canadian tax-on-tax rate 04*

**starting point**

to get the starting point you multiply by 100 and subtract 1

eg 50 cents = 0.50 X 100 - 1 = 50 - 1 = 49

eg $4 = 4.00 x 100 -1 = 399

to program the tables go through these steps

go to program 3

tax table address eg 125

**subtotal**

tax rate

**ca/amt tend**

starting point eg 0.50 = 49

**ca/amt tend**

rounding eg 50

tax system eg 04

**ca/amt tend**

**ca/amt tend**

*here you have 2 choices,*

press**ca/amt tend** to go to the next tax table ie 225 and start over by entering the tax rate and go through the procedure again

or

press**subtotal** to finalise the tax table you are on

Hope this helps,

Adam

you need the following

1 125

2 225

3 325

4 425

rounding off to 2 decimal places is 50

rounding up to 2 decimal places is 90

cut off to 2 decimal places is 00

tax table with out tax rate 01

tax table with tax rate and add on rate 02

add in tax rate 03

to get the starting point you multiply by 100 and subtract 1

eg 50 cents = 0.50 X 100 - 1 = 50 - 1 = 49

eg $4 = 4.00 x 100 -1 = 399

to program the tables go through these steps

go to program 3

tax table address eg 125

tax rate

starting point eg 0.50 = 49

rounding eg 50

tax system eg 04

press

or

press

Hope this helps,

Adam

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