Question about Acer Aspire 5102WLMi Notebook
See on your keyboard's keys, the symbols which is above is to be pressed by holding down the shift. As ! is above 1 so for ! you have to press Shift + 1, same as @ is above 2 show for @ you have to press Shift + 2, simalarly # is above three so for # you have to press Shift + 3........... is it clear.....then... :)) ... otherwise Ask me again.
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
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First, I would clear the memory. Press [SHIFT]  (CLR) (Setup) [=] (YES). Then press [SHIFT] [MODE]  to switch to the LineIO mode. Put the calculator in Norm2 mode. I just like the way it display these kind of numbers in Norm2 mode. Press [Shift][Mode]   for Norm2. Next check make sure FIX mode is greater than at least 5. I usually select FIX 9 but, 5 seems to be good for must non-essential calculations. Next, press  [.]  [*10^] [(-)]  [=]. You can use the [SHIFT] [LOG] for the 10^ and, I usually do instead of [*10^] key.
Next, when dealing with numbers like these, I always use brackets. Such as press [ ( ]  [.]  [*10^] [(-)]  [ ) ] [=]. This is because, if you divide or do some other math operation you want to keep this number as a whole complete number. The calculator tends to break numbers like these up and, you do not want that to happen. It's a good habit to get into. Post a comment on any questions you may have and, I'll respond quickly.
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