Question about Canon HS-1200TS Calculator
Posted by Anonymous on
Take out the three small screws on the top of the back of the calculator then pry the two halves apart. You will find the small "button batteries fastened to the board. You need to bend up the small tab, remove the batteries and replace with similar battteries.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here a link to that manual. You need to scroll down and enter the code they give you to activate the download link.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
SOURCE: how to solve the following
okay; it sounds like you are having trouble with the order of operations. A simple way to fix this and to ensure that you get the right answer is to multiply the 1.8 times 1.8, write it down, clear the calculator, and then do the division using the number you've written down. Sol your new equation will be 70/3.24 = 21.6049
Posted on Sep 24, 2010
SOURCE: Can you tell me how
According to the User Manual, press CA then TAX+. After, enter the tax rate and press TAX+ again to store. Here is the manual. http://www3.canon.de/images/pro/rec/file/HS_1200TS_Manual.pdf
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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