# When adding a column of numbers it will keep a runniing total, but as soon as I hit the total button it rounds up to the next figure and will not give me a true total. What do I do...

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• Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

total keeps rounding up

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On the K.A, at the top, have it set to "A". Where it is F 6 3 2 1 0, set it to "2". Then turn it off and back on, that solved it for me....

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