I CAN'T GET THE TOTAL TO PRINT AT THE END OF MY CALCULATIONS IT JUST REPEATS THE LAST ENTRY HELP

Formulas are used to specify calculations based on values in designated cells. Excel supports basic calculations as well as statistical, trigonometric and other specialized functions.

Formulas used in Excel must follow a certain syntax.

- All formulas begin with an equals sign
**(=)**. - Some formulas use operands such as
**+,-, *,/**for addition, subtraction, multiplication or division.

For example, the formula =A1+A2+A3 would add the contents of cells A1, A2 and A3. - Other formulas refer to different functions such as SUM, AVERAGE and others.

For example, the formula =SUM(A1:A3) would add the contents for the range A1 through A3. - Formulas can be
**combined with operands.**

For example, the formula =10*SUM(A1:A3) would add the contents cells A1 through A3 and multiply them by 10. - Functions can
**be nested within each other.**

For example, the formula =SQRT(10*SUM(A1:A3)) would take the square root of ten times the sum of cells A1 through A3. When functions are nested, it is important that the number of left parentheses match the number of right parentheses.

Aug 19, 2011 | Microsoft EXCEL 2004 for Mac

If you have a 32bit system, it is expected to have miscalculations, a 32 bits can only go up to 4Gb for calculations (that is, 2^32 = 4'294'967'296 bytes) a 64bit system can make calculations to 2^64 bytes this is also why you couldn't copy a file larger than 4Gb in a 32bit operating system...

So, if you are running a 32bit OS, you should expect a discrepancy for the total space of the Hard Drive and the amount it shows (that's the 93Gb you are missing as total capacity).

Another reason why it can show you incorrect calculations are damaged sectors on the hard drive it-self. These will present themselves either as occupied memory or missing memory.

So, you should expect some miss calculations and you can expect some damaged sectors on the hard disk (a external drive spins on and off too often, eventually damaging sectors... its a problem of physical drives).

In the end, your disk might be fragmented, so run a disk analysis and a defragmentation on the disk so it can recalculate.

A note: A disk is like a shelve, you put things where there is space, if you remove things, that space will be open, and if you want to put something there it has to be the exact size or small enough to fit there. This effect, when things are small enough leaves blank spaces unusable, consuming space on the hard drive and making the access of files slower, this is fragmentation. In order to expand your disk life expectancy you should run defragmentations...

To run a defragmentation, go to START, write "Disk Defragmenter", choose your disk and run and analysis and defragmentation.

So, if you are running a 32bit OS, you should expect a discrepancy for the total space of the Hard Drive and the amount it shows (that's the 93Gb you are missing as total capacity).

Another reason why it can show you incorrect calculations are damaged sectors on the hard drive it-self. These will present themselves either as occupied memory or missing memory.

So, you should expect some miss calculations and you can expect some damaged sectors on the hard disk (a external drive spins on and off too often, eventually damaging sectors... its a problem of physical drives).

In the end, your disk might be fragmented, so run a disk analysis and a defragmentation on the disk so it can recalculate.

A note: A disk is like a shelve, you put things where there is space, if you remove things, that space will be open, and if you want to put something there it has to be the exact size or small enough to fit there. This effect, when things are small enough leaves blank spaces unusable, consuming space on the hard drive and making the access of files slower, this is fragmentation. In order to expand your disk life expectancy you should run defragmentations...

To run a defragmentation, go to START, write "Disk Defragmenter", choose your disk and run and analysis and defragmentation.

Jun 24, 2011 | Western Digital Wd Elements Se 1tb...

The manual for the Canon P1-DHV is online at http://www.usa.canon.com/app/pdf/calculator/P1-DHV_G_USA_HWB.pdf>.

When the display shows "5/4", the calculator is doing 5/4 rounding which means: 5 or above round up, 4 or below round down. To control rounding press the "5/4" key.

When the display shows "E" the calculator could not complete a calculation. It can be because of dividing by 0, or because the total exceeded 1 trillion, or because the operator entered calculations faster than the calculator could complete them. Press the CI/C key to clear it.

I can't explain why you are not getting a total on the tape. Try the following example from the manual exactly as shown, and let me know if your tape shows the total.

When the display shows "5/4", the calculator is doing 5/4 rounding which means: 5 or above round up, 4 or below round down. To control rounding press the "5/4" key.

When the display shows "E" the calculator could not complete a calculation. It can be because of dividing by 0, or because the total exceeded 1 trillion, or because the operator entered calculations faster than the calculator could complete them. Press the CI/C key to clear it.

I can't explain why you are not getting a total on the tape. Try the following example from the manual exactly as shown, and let me know if your tape shows the total.

- Clear the calculator (press [CI/C])
- Choose 5/4 rounding (press [5/4] until "5/4" displays)
- Choose add mode (press [DEC] until "A" displays)
- Choose cost-sell-margin mode (press [B-T] until "B" displays)
- Turn printer on (press [PRINT] until "PRINT" displays)
- To calculate: $12.55 + $15.75 - $5.30
- Key in: 1255 [+] 1575 [-] 530 [=]
- Tape shows: [0. C] ... [12.55 +] ... [15.75 -] ... [5.30 =] ... [23.00 *]

Apr 07, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hi, here are some of the answers to your questions.

GT:- Grand Total: It shows the cumulative total of your calculations

MU:- Mark Up: It is used to calculate the CROSS PROFIT MARGIN in business environment.

MRC:- If pressed once, it shows the number stored in the memory. If pressed twice it clears the memory.

AC:- All Clear: It clears everything

CE:- Clear Entry: Clears the last entry of calculations.

ON/C: If the calculator is off, it turns it on. If the calculator is on it clears all entries.

If you have any more questions you can visit this site: http://www.aurora-ltd.co.uk/OpInst/FunctionsGuide.htm it has almost everything covering the calculator buttons.

Lujaina96

Feb 12, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

TI-5045 SV

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English.............................................................. 1

Fran?ais ............................................................ 6

Espa?ol ............................................................. 11

Portugu?s ........................................................... 16

Examples, exemples, ejemplos, exemplos .............................. 21

ILLUSTRATIONS ¦ FIGURES ¦ ILUSTRACIONES¦ ILUSTRA??ES

Removable tab

Languette

Leng?eta extracci?n

Alavanca usada para o rolo

Ink roller

Rouleau encreur

Tamp?n de tinta

Cartucho de tinta

1

English

Your Texas Instruments calculator has a built-in printer for producing a permanent record printout of

your calculations with negative numbers printed in red. A big, easy-to-read display also enables you to

check entries or perform quick calculations without printing.

GETTING STARTED

OFF ON PRT IC GT

POWER

1. Connect the calculator to a proper power outlet (110-120V or 220-240V

where available).

2. The calculator is turned on by setting the POWER switch to the PRT

position.

Inserting the paper (see illustrations 1, 2, 3, and 4 on page ii).

1. Turn on the calculator.

2. Open the printer compartment cover by pressing down on its front edge and sliding it back in the

direction of the arrow.

3. Fit the roll of paper on the holder so that it unrolls from the bottom, with the loose end toward the

calculator.

4. Cut the end of the paper squarely and insert it firmly into the printer slot on the back of the

calculator.

5. Press & until the paper is in the printing position.

Replacing the ink roller (see illustrations 5 and 6 on page ii)

1. Turn the calculator off and tear off the excess paper.

2. Remove the printer cover by pressing down on both sides of the front edge and sliding back in the

direction of the arrow.

3. Remove the old ink roller by lifting it with the removal tab.

4. Insert the new ink roller into the compartment and press down gently until it snaps into place. Close

the printer compartment.

Note: The old ink rollers should not be refilled. Replacement rollers can be obtained from your local

retailer. The warranty does not cover ink roller replacement.

2

SELECTION SWITCH SETTINGS

OFF ON PRT IC GT

POWER ROUND

: 5/4 9 + F 0 2 3

DECIMAL

4

TAX

SET CALC

Set the POWER, ROUND, DECIMAL and TAX switches as required.

Note: The TAX switch is spring-loaded to return to CALC when it is moved to SET and released.

The switch settings are summarized in the following table:

SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION

POWER ON

PRT

IC

GT

No printout is provided; however, the display can be printed by pressing

4.

The printer provides a printout of your calculations but does not count them.

The printer is on and an item count of additions and subtractions to or from

the register is printed when sub-totaled or totaled.

The GT position controls whether or not the totals from the independent add

register are accumulated in the grand total register.

ROUND Rounds the result of a calculation to the selected number of decimal places.

:

5/4

9

Truncates the result to the selected number of decimal places.

Rounds the result up or down according to its value. For example, when the

DECIMAL switch is set to 2, the result is rounded up if the third decimal

position is 5 or more and rounded down if it is 4 or less.

Rounds the result up to the selected number of decimal places.

Ex. 220 P 6

Setup: PRINTER: PRT, ROUND: :

DECIMAL: 2, TAX: CALC

Ex. 220 P 6

Setup: PRINTER: PRT, ROUND: 5/4

DECIMAL: 2, TAX: CALC

Press Display Printout Press Display Printout

2 0. 0¦ C

220 ' 220. 220¦ P

6 3 36.66 6¦ =

36¦66 ?

2 0. 0¦ C

220 ' 220. 220¦ P

6 3 36.67 6¦ =

36¦67 ?

DECIMAL + Add mode: All results are given with two decimal places. For addition and

subtraction only, a decimal point is automatically placed to the left of the last

two digits entered, unless the number already includes a decimal point.

F Floating mode: Any results are displayed and printed with the maximum

number of decimal places.

0 2 3 4 Fixed decimal mode: Sets the number of decimals to 0, 2, 3, or 4.

3

TAX SET

CALC

Lets you enter a tax rate to perform tax calculations.

Stores the tax rate. Pressing ! or " after a tax rate has been entered,

adds/subtracts the stored tax rate to/from the value in the display.

Ex. VAT = 17.5 %

100 + VAT

Ex. VAT = 17.5 %

235 - VAT

Setup: PRINTER: PRT, DECIMAL: F, ROUND: 5/4, TAX: CALC

Move and hold the TAX switch to SET. Press 217 L 5 and release the TAX switch. It

automatically returns to CALC. 17.5% is printed.

Press Display Printout Press Display Printout

2 0. 0¦ C

100! 117.5 100¦

17¦5 @

117¦5 ?

2 0. 0¦ C

235" 200. 235¦

N35¦ @

200¦ ?

Note: The most common setup is POWER: PRT, ROUND: 5/4, DECIMAL: 2, TAX: CALC. Use these

positions for the examples unless other settings are given.

KEY DESCRIPTIONS

Basic keys

I Clear Entry: Clears an entry, enabling you to enter another number in its place. Note

that this key does not clear the add register.

2 Clear Key: Clears the add register, any pending operations, and the display. 0.C is

printed. Does not clear the memory.

( Right Shift: Deletes the right-most digit entered from an entry before an operation key is

pressed. Shifts the remaining digits one place to the right.

L Decimal Point: Enters a decimal point.

4 Date/Non-Add: Prints a date (such as 12¦10¦96) or a number for reference purposes.

Does not affect calculations. This entry is printed on the left side of the printout, the date

or number preceded by the # sign.

& Paper Advance: Advances the printing paper.

Addition and subtraction keys

9 Add: Adds a number to the add register. Displays the cumulated result.

: Subtotal: Gives the intermediate total from the add register. Using this key does not

affect the contents of the add register.

. Subtract: Subtracts a number from the add register. Displays the cumulated result.

E Total: Gives the total from the add register, and then clears the register.

4

Multiplication, division, percent and margin keys

? Multiply: Multiplies the number in the display by the next value entered.

' Divide: Divides the number in the display by the next value entered.

3 Equals: Completes any pending multiplication or division operation.

> Percent: Calculates percentages, ratios, add-ons (e.g. of VAT), or discounts.

# Gross Profit Margin: Calculates the selling price of an item when its cost and gross

profit (or loss) margin are known; also used to obtain a price excluding VAT.

Ex.

Cost: 594

Profit margin: 40%

Press:2 594 # 40 3

Answer:

Selling price: 990

Gross profit: 396

Ex.

Selling price including VAT: 252

VAT %: 20%

Press: 252 # 20 . 3

Answer:

Selling price excluding VAT: 210

VAT: 42

/ Grand Total: Gives the grand total of the operations previously performed and stored in the

Grand Total register. Every time a total is obtained with E it is cumulated into this register

(printout shows G+) which is only cleared when / is pressed twice. During long

calculations, if / is not used, this re

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English.............................................................. 1

Fran?ais ............................................................ 6

Espa?ol ............................................................. 11

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Examples, exemples, ejemplos, exemplos .............................. 21

ILLUSTRATIONS ¦ FIGURES ¦ ILUSTRACIONES¦ ILUSTRA??ES

Removable tab

Languette

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Alavanca usada para o rolo

Ink roller

Rouleau encreur

Tamp?n de tinta

Cartucho de tinta

1

English

Your Texas Instruments calculator has a built-in printer for producing a permanent record printout of

your calculations with negative numbers printed in red. A big, easy-to-read display also enables you to

check entries or perform quick calculations without printing.

GETTING STARTED

OFF ON PRT IC GT

POWER

1. Connect the calculator to a proper power outlet (110-120V or 220-240V

where available).

2. The calculator is turned on by setting the POWER switch to the PRT

position.

Inserting the paper (see illustrations 1, 2, 3, and 4 on page ii).

1. Turn on the calculator.

2. Open the printer compartment cover by pressing down on its front edge and sliding it back in the

direction of the arrow.

3. Fit the roll of paper on the holder so that it unrolls from the bottom, with the loose end toward the

calculator.

4. Cut the end of the paper squarely and insert it firmly into the printer slot on the back of the

calculator.

5. Press & until the paper is in the printing position.

Replacing the ink roller (see illustrations 5 and 6 on page ii)

1. Turn the calculator off and tear off the excess paper.

2. Remove the printer cover by pressing down on both sides of the front edge and sliding back in the

direction of the arrow.

3. Remove the old ink roller by lifting it with the removal tab.

4. Insert the new ink roller into the compartment and press down gently until it snaps into place. Close

the printer compartment.

Note: The old ink rollers should not be refilled. Replacement rollers can be obtained from your local

retailer. The warranty does not cover ink roller replacement.

2

SELECTION SWITCH SETTINGS

OFF ON PRT IC GT

POWER ROUND

: 5/4 9 + F 0 2 3

DECIMAL

4

TAX

SET CALC

Set the POWER, ROUND, DECIMAL and TAX switches as required.

Note: The TAX switch is spring-loaded to return to CALC when it is moved to SET and released.

The switch settings are summarized in the following table:

SWITCH SETTING FUNCTION

POWER ON

PRT

IC

GT

No printout is provided; however, the display can be printed by pressing

4.

The printer provides a printout of your calculations but does not count them.

The printer is on and an item count of additions and subtractions to or from

the register is printed when sub-totaled or totaled.

The GT position controls whether or not the totals from the independent add

register are accumulated in the grand total register.

ROUND Rounds the result of a calculation to the selected number of decimal places.

:

5/4

9

Truncates the result to the selected number of decimal places.

Rounds the result up or down according to its value. For example, when the

DECIMAL switch is set to 2, the result is rounded up if the third decimal

position is 5 or more and rounded down if it is 4 or less.

Rounds the result up to the selected number of decimal places.

Ex. 220 P 6

Setup: PRINTER: PRT, ROUND: :

DECIMAL: 2, TAX: CALC

Ex. 220 P 6

Setup: PRINTER: PRT, ROUND: 5/4

DECIMAL: 2, TAX: CALC

Press Display Printout Press Display Printout

2 0. 0¦ C

220 ' 220. 220¦ P

6 3 36.66 6¦ =

36¦66 ?

2 0. 0¦ C

220 ' 220. 220¦ P

6 3 36.67 6¦ =

36¦67 ?

DECIMAL + Add mode: All results are given with two decimal places. For addition and

subtraction only, a decimal point is automatically placed to the left of the last

two digits entered, unless the number already includes a decimal point.

F Floating mode: Any results are displayed and printed with the maximum

number of decimal places.

0 2 3 4 Fixed decimal mode: Sets the number of decimals to 0, 2, 3, or 4.

3

TAX SET

CALC

Lets you enter a tax rate to perform tax calculations.

Stores the tax rate. Pressing ! or " after a tax rate has been entered,

adds/subtracts the stored tax rate to/from the value in the display.

Ex. VAT = 17.5 %

100 + VAT

Ex. VAT = 17.5 %

235 - VAT

Setup: PRINTER: PRT, DECIMAL: F, ROUND: 5/4, TAX: CALC

Move and hold the TAX switch to SET. Press 217 L 5 and release the TAX switch. It

automatically returns to CALC. 17.5% is printed.

Press Display Printout Press Display Printout

2 0. 0¦ C

100! 117.5 100¦

17¦5 @

117¦5 ?

2 0. 0¦ C

235" 200. 235¦

N35¦ @

200¦ ?

Note: The most common setup is POWER: PRT, ROUND: 5/4, DECIMAL: 2, TAX: CALC. Use these

positions for the examples unless other settings are given.

KEY DESCRIPTIONS

Basic keys

I Clear Entry: Clears an entry, enabling you to enter another number in its place. Note

that this key does not clear the add register.

2 Clear Key: Clears the add register, any pending operations, and the display. 0.C is

printed. Does not clear the memory.

( Right Shift: Deletes the right-most digit entered from an entry before an operation key is

pressed. Shifts the remaining digits one place to the right.

L Decimal Point: Enters a decimal point.

4 Date/Non-Add: Prints a date (such as 12¦10¦96) or a number for reference purposes.

Does not affect calculations. This entry is printed on the left side of the printout, the date

or number preceded by the # sign.

& Paper Advance: Advances the printing paper.

Addition and subtraction keys

9 Add: Adds a number to the add register. Displays the cumulated result.

: Subtotal: Gives the intermediate total from the add register. Using this key does not

affect the contents of the add register.

. Subtract: Subtracts a number from the add register. Displays the cumulated result.

E Total: Gives the total from the add register, and then clears the register.

4

Multiplication, division, percent and margin keys

? Multiply: Multiplies the number in the display by the next value entered.

' Divide: Divides the number in the display by the next value entered.

3 Equals: Completes any pending multiplication or division operation.

> Percent: Calculates percentages, ratios, add-ons (e.g. of VAT), or discounts.

# Gross Profit Margin: Calculates the selling price of an item when its cost and gross

profit (or loss) margin are known; also used to obtain a price excluding VAT.

Ex.

Cost: 594

Profit margin: 40%

Press:2 594 # 40 3

Answer:

Selling price: 990

Gross profit: 396

Ex.

Selling price including VAT: 252

VAT %: 20%

Press: 252 # 20 . 3

Answer:

Selling price excluding VAT: 210

VAT: 42

/ Grand Total: Gives the grand total of the operations previously performed and stored in the

Grand Total register. Every time a total is obtained with E it is cumulated into this register

(printout shows G+) which is only cleared when / is pressed twice. During long

calculations, if / is not used, this re

Jan 16, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Click
on the Mode button twice until you see
“SD”. Select 1. This puts the calculator in Statistics Mode.
Enter the first number, 1.

Hit the M+. (n= 1 will appear in the window)

Enter the second number, 1.

Hit the M+ key. (n=2 will appear in the window)

. . . . .

Enter the last number, 7.

Hit the M+ key. (n=7 will appear in the window)

Hit shift, 2. (This invokes the S-Var option.)

Hit 1 for the sample mean. Hit Enter.

Hit 3 for the sample standard deviation that we will use in class. Hit Enter. here you can also ffind the sum of all numbers

Hit the M+. (n= 1 will appear in the window)

Enter the second number, 1.

Hit the M+ key. (n=2 will appear in the window)

. . . . .

Enter the last number, 7.

Hit the M+ key. (n=7 will appear in the window)

Hit shift, 2. (This invokes the S-Var option.)

Hit 1 for the sample mean. Hit Enter.

Hit 3 for the sample standard deviation that we will use in class. Hit Enter. here you can also ffind the sum of all numbers

Jan 21, 2009 | Casio FX-300MS Calculator

Hi saleem_share,

I'm not sure why you would want to use excel to create a P&L, but the same formula would apply to excel as it would for a standard P&L. In one section of the spreadsheet add all of your income accounts. Then Subtract your cost of sales from that. That would equal your Gross Profit. After that add all the rest of your Expenses, and subtract from the Gross Profit, which would give you your net Profit or Loss Example:

Description

Amount

Formula

Sales Product A

1,000.00

Sales Product B

1,000.00

Total Sales

2,000.00

SUM(C1:C2)

Cost of Sales Product A

500.00

Cost of Sales Product B

200.00

Total Cost of Sales

700.00

SUM(C5:C6)

Gross Profit

1,300.00

SUM(C4-C7)

Auto

25.00

Utilities

50.00

Payroll

300.00

Office Supplies

20.00

Total Expenses

395.00

Net Profit

905.00

SUM(C8-C14)

I hope this helps

Mark

I'm not sure why you would want to use excel to create a P&L, but the same formula would apply to excel as it would for a standard P&L. In one section of the spreadsheet add all of your income accounts. Then Subtract your cost of sales from that. That would equal your Gross Profit. After that add all the rest of your Expenses, and subtract from the Gross Profit, which would give you your net Profit or Loss Example:

Description

Amount

Formula

Sales Product A

1,000.00

Sales Product B

1,000.00

Total Sales

2,000.00

SUM(C1:C2)

Cost of Sales Product A

500.00

Cost of Sales Product B

200.00

Total Cost of Sales

700.00

SUM(C5:C6)

Gross Profit

1,300.00

SUM(C4-C7)

Auto

25.00

Utilities

50.00

Payroll

300.00

Office Supplies

20.00

Total Expenses

395.00

Net Profit

905.00

SUM(C8-C14)

I hope this helps

Mark

Jan 05, 2009 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

Hi....by looking at the date you posted this question, you may have already found the answer, but just in case you haven't......the procedure for adding and subtracting on these calculators is completely opposite of a regular calculator. On a regular calculator, you would input 4 - 4 = 0. On these type of calculators, a number's positive or negative status is keyed in AFTER the number, instead of before it. Therefore, you input 4 + 4 - (notice you DO NOT input = at the end, but if you are in print mode, you will need to hit your total key, which looks like an asterisk, where the = would normally be, in order for the final value of your calculations to print on the paper tape.

Multiplication and division equations are done exactly as they are on a regular calculator....4 x 4 = 16.

Hope this helps. If you have your owners manual, it should also give you some examples of how to perform calculations with your calculator.

Multiplication and division equations are done exactly as they are on a regular calculator....4 x 4 = 16.

Hope this helps. If you have your owners manual, it should also give you some examples of how to perform calculations with your calculator.

Dec 11, 2008 | Canon P170-DH Calculator

detail about growth formula in ms excel

Jan 23, 2008 | Computers & Internet

Hi smiths,
Try adding a Label to the report in Design View. In the Properties, select the control source for this field. Insert one for your vertical and horizontal calculations as needed.
Hope this helps.
Regards
DeltaC

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