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Hit the MT button to bring up the memory. Clear the memory by hitting the "C" button. On the right hand corner above the Tax2 button, you will see where it shows a dot and GT. Move the switch to the dot.
Immediately after entering the year part of the date, the display should revert back to a blinking first digit (in this case, the 0 to the left of the 8) while retianing all the following digits just entered. Simply press the Time/Date key again to lock in that date and stop the blinking. The same process applies for the time.
To clear the display of the time/date when using the calculator to actually compute something, press the C or CE button. This will result in a 0 appearing on the display. The unit is now ready for data entry.
You must google to find the manufacture to find if anything is still available; but I have 2 ideas : 1. form a hard wire loop (from coat hanger or #12 guage steel wire) and attach this wire loopto the back of calculator case with screws (you'll need to make an eye loop at one end for the screw to go through). 2. make a small wood block that sits on the desk or table and make a wire loop that is held by the wood block and of course the paper roll is held by the wire loop. Goodluck, Macgivor.
I just got the same calculator without a manual. Fold over one corner of the tape so it almost goes to the other edge of the paper, making a 45 degree angle. Insert the tip of the tape into the slot at the back of the calculator and push it ahead until the corner goes under the black plastic part. I had to push it ahead a little more until it was starting to come upward on the other side. Push the arrow button at the top left corner of the keypad to advance the tape.