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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok, have your calculator set on "on" press the "time/clock" button once, when date appears on calculator press the "M+=" and hold until first number on date flashes, enter the date you want, when done switch your calculator from "on" to "print". date should be saved. do the same for time.
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
SOURCE: Canon P100-DH Calculator manual
Press the "calendar/clock" button to display the calendar. Then press the "=" sign to get the display to flash and you can enter the numbers for the date. Press the "=" sign again and you have set the date.
Press the "calendar/clock" button once or twice to display the clock. Then press the "=" sign to get the display to flash and you can enter the numbers for the time. Press the "X" button if you need to change the AM to PM or PM to AM. Press the "=" sign again and you have started the clock. Do this again if you need to start the clock again at zero seconds.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
1. Switch the GT*RATE SET button to RATE SET.
2. Press the date/clock button to display current time.
3. Enter time wanted using military time. 4:52 p.m would be entered as 16.52 (Note the 16 is followed by . then enter the 52. (ie. 10:45 a.m. would be entered as 10.45)
4. Press the date/clock button again to enter new time.
Just reset mine and is current. If the built in battery needs changed, access panel is on the back. It uses a watch type battery.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
The feed slot is located in the rear of the unit. You don't feed the paper down from the top-there is a paper slot in the rear; just cut the paper at a 90 degree angle and feed it into the rear slot-very easy. I tried to feed it down from the top for twenty minutes and then discovered the other slot. Good luck
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
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