Tear or clip the end so that it has a fairly even point in the center. Place your new roll on the paper bail with the point facing away fron you. Insert the point in the slot on the back of the calculator. Press the paper advance button (the arrow above the division button) until the point clears the serrated cutting edge. Carefully pull back toward you to tear it.
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Rather than try to describe the process in words ("lift up the arm, then feed the paper through..."), I'll point you at the illustrated instructions in the manual at the manufacturer's web site: http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=DownloadDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=349&modelid=9785
Cut paper at a 45 degree angle and load into back slot with angle (apex) of paper to the right of machine when facing it. Be sure to push it thru when loading. You should see tip next to calculator number wheel. Hit the additon sign several times to advance. You may need tweezers to pull paper thru if it doesn't advance by itself.
Cut paper at an angle and insert and push into back slot with tip of angle (apex) to the right of machine when facing it. It should engage number wheel when you hit addition sign, You may need tweezers to pull it thru if it doesn't advance.
The entry point is on the back bottom of the machine. Cut your paper into a shallow triangle w/a slight point in the middle. Guide it through the slot on the back, and then lift that point up so that it goes into an almost invisible opening with small silver metal tabs on either side. The paper will want to feed underneath the entire black plastic mechanism, but don't let it. As the instructions indicate, the paper does not actually feed "under the black plastic plate", but through it. After you manage to insert the point of your paper through the correct slot, make sure the entire edge of the paper actually enters so it is grabbed when you push "Feed."
I had the same problem...but I fixed it. Here's how:
At the very back of the calculater under the paper roller there is a very thin horizontal slot.
Insert the tip of the paper roll into the slot, then press the paper advance button located on the top left hand sidw of the calculator until you see the paper.
Guide the paper through the top slot and voila.