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I have managed to change my mode button to menu, and now i cant get it back to the mode button because i cant get into mode and reprogram that particular button, please help!!1

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    I don't understand which "mode" on what you are asking about??

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DO NOT DELETE the mode button
if you can get to pgm mode, use the subtotal button
1 subtotal for pgm 1
2 subtotal for pgm 2
and so on

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Mode button is very important to change the mode.If you have delete it by mistake then you have to use Casio software- cv-10, cv11 or cv33 to download all the programme and initialize qt-6000 with initialization method and reload individual programmes which you need and don't load function keys through your saved programme. Then configure the function keys manually in programm-4

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