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SPL-P100 calculator problem

I cannot get my calculator to NOT round up or down when doing ANY kind of math on it, ie: 15 divided by 2 does not equal 7 however that's the answer I get. I need it to post answers and figure with 2 decimal places. How do I get the settings to this? I do not have a book with this calculator as it was here at the job from the previous employee.

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There is a tab button that controls the amount of decimal places you would like. press tab and it will change to 0-2-3-4-A-F showing on the bottom of the screen.

It works. :-)
Joe Stogrin
www.littlejoesauctions.com

Posted on Jul 09, 2008

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  • Rosemary Mullan
    Rosemary Mullan Dec 29, 2011

    Dear Joe Stogrin -- Thanks so much for adding the answer to this question. I was going crazy trying to figure out how to do it. And the 'manual' does not mention it at all.

  • Laura Robinson
    Laura Robinson Feb 22, 2012

    I have the SPL-P100 ( purchased from Staples) and simply cannot find the "tab" button...Help?

  • Laura Robinson
    Laura Robinson Feb 22, 2012

    OMG OMG...PLEASE Disregard my above statement/question ( I feel so stupid )

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