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CANON MP27D CALCULATOR

HOW DO I CHANGE THE DATE...PLEASE HELP

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  • roxrae Feb 10, 2009

    mp27d not 25d - how to set the date & time.

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1. Set the Power switch to ON and the GT switch to OFF
2. Press the Calendar / Clock button
3. Press and hold the Time Set button for 3 seconds
4. Enter month (2 digits), date (2 digits) and year (4 digits)
5. Press the Time Set button
6. Press the Clear / Clear Entry button

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When I turn the print option the screen displays E and the paper will not feed. Does this mean the printer is shot?

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I just go the cannon mp27D and I am trying to set the time and date. I have followed the instructions very carefully but it still will not allow me to set either HELP Please


Setting the date:

1. Press the CALENDAR/CLOCK Key. The default date will appear.

2. Hold the TIME SET key down for 3 seconds or until you see the first
digit begin to blink in the display.

3. Input the correct date.

4. Firmly press and release the TIME SET key. The first digit should
stop blinking and the date is then set.

Setting the time:

1. Press the CALENDAR/CLOCK key. The default time will appear.

2. Hold the TIME SET key down for 3 seconds or until you see the first
digit begin to blink in the display.

NOTE: The seconds will disappear.

3. Input the correct time. If you need to adjust to AM or PM, press
the AM/PM accordingly.

4. Firmly press and release the TIME SET key. The first digit should
stop blinking and the time is then set. The seconds will again be
displayed.

Follow by pressing the CLEAR key to return to the calculator mode. To
return to either the TIME or DATE, press the CALENDAR/CLOCK key to
toggle between them.

May 05, 2011 | Calculators

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I need the user manual for a Canon MP27D desk top printing calculator.


It's not exactly the same, but the manual for the MP27-G should serve.
http://www.usa.canon.com/app/pdf/calculator/MP27-MG.pdf

Feb 10, 2011 | Canon MP27-D Calculator

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Canon mp27d manual is lost


Hello.

So sorry, but Canon has not produced a manual or user guide for your calculator.

All you have available is a product brochure, found here:

http://downloads.canon.com/cpr/software/calculator/Full_Line_Calculator_Brochure_2007.pdf

If you look on page 58, you'll find some info about your calculator.

Hope this helps.

Apr 03, 2010 | Canon Calculators

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How do you set the date and time?


1) press calendar clock button
2) hold the time and date button for 3 seconds, this button is marked with "Time and Date" one the keypad and not on the button itself
3) The date or time should start blinking
4) make inputs of current date and time
5) press Time and Date button again to save changes
6) All set!

Anytime you want to display the date or time hit the clock and calendar button. The calc will hold the display until u switch to the calculation mode i.e. by pressing the CE/C button.

DUHHHHHHHH!!! All these instructions are in the piddly sheet Canon calls the manual.

Dec 28, 2009 | Canon MP-25DV Calculator

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Set the time and date on a canon mp25dv/instructions


To set date:
1. Press the calendar/clock button (display should show date)
2. Press and hold the 'time set' button for 3 seconds (first digit of the date should flash)
3. Use the numeric keys to enter date using mmddyyyy format
4. Press 'time set' button

To set time:
1. Press the calendar/clock button twice (display should show time)
2. Press and hold the 'time set' button for 3 seconds (first digit of the time should flash)
3. Use the numeric keys to enter time using hhmm format, press 'AM/PM' button as needed
4. Press 'time set' button

The '12/24' button changes between 12 hour and 24 hour format for time.
The 'format' button changes the date format from mmddyyyy to ddmmyyyy or yyyymmdd.

Feb 26, 2009 | Canon MP-25DV Calculator

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Lost manual


First clear all w/ ON/AC.
Enter the tax rate desired eg. 7 for 7% (can you tell I'm in PA)
Press RATE then TAX+
Press C/CE.
The next time you use TAX+ it will calculate and add the value that you set.
Do the same for TAX-, you can use a different value for each as they are separate memories.

Dec 19, 2008 | Canon MP-25DV Calculator

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How do you set the clock/calendar on the Canon MP25DV?


on the bottom of your calculator is a reset button, with a paperclip or a pen press that button. Then, press the calendar, clock key. next, press the equal sign key until the date is flashing type in the date using 11172006. press the equal sign again and the date is set. Next press the calendar, clock key again the time should show up (12-00-00)press the equal sign again until the time starts to flash. enter in the time using 0903 (9:03) press the equal sign again. Time is set. to display the date and time when not using the calculator, press the calculator, clock key 2x's. to go to compute mode press the red CE/C button.

Nov 04, 2006 | Canon MP-25DV Calculator

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