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Set the calculator's Input/Output Mode to MthIO. In that mode the key that is marked with the icon of a fraction ( a bar, two rectangles, one above the bar, the second below it) will display the template of a fraction. You are supposed to enter the numerator in the upper rectangle, and the denominator in the lower rectangle.
I had exactly the same problem and I was very frustrated. Then I learned that Canon published a Service Notice in October 2006? : the CCD Image Sensor on some Canon cameras becomes defective. Canon says they will repair it free of charge for repairs and for shipping if your problem is indeed caused by a malfunctioning CCD sensor, even if it is out of warranty. I called them at 1-800-828-4040. I was offered 2 options.
Option #1): send it in for repairs. (If the CCD isn't the problem, they will repair it at a charge of at least $140.)
Options #2) except an offer for a newer camera (the SD 890 IS) at a greatly reduced price + shipping.
I chose Option #2. Good Luck.
The Rectangles with a 'M' in it is the Multi-Burst mode. U must select 'Normal' Mode. Try this:
In the Autoshoot mode --> press menu --> Change back to 'Normal'.
You will now get rid of the rectangles with the 'M', and you can change your flash settings.