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  1. #21  
    Quote Originally Posted by Perry Holden
    When you have the calculator on the screen -- hit the menu button and then select Advanced Mode, then hit menu again and select options:

    math
    trig
    finance
    logic
    statistics
    Weight / Temp
    Length
    area
    volume
    I found the different modes early on, but since I'm not a real financial type, I couln't figure out HOW to use the financial mode. My wife has a Real Estate-specific calculator, and when she doesn't have it w/ her it would be nice if she could use mine - trouble is neither of us can figure it out. Anyone who can help? (the Palm online PDF user manual only shows how to get to the advanced modes - not how to use them).

    Thanks.
    Dr. Sandman
  2. #22  
    Quote Originally Posted by Stox
    Justbrown:

    I am a HP 12c user from waaaay back. Looking for something approach that class.
    A bit off-topic, but I still have a HP 11C from when I was in college (graduated '90)... What's amazing is to this day, I can pull it out of the drawer, and it still works like new, on the original batteries! Crazy.
  3. #23  
    Quote Originally Posted by Stox
    Justbrown:

    I am a HP 12c user from waaaay back. Looking for something approach that class.
    Google MathU.. or just click here

    I'm an RPN man myself as well.

    I run MathU on my 700p as I did my Visor Classic and Visor Prism.

    Jim
  4. #24  
    Hi all,

    Just want to know if there's any setting that can be done on the treo calculator? I did this calculation and the result came out wrong.

    I am using the basic mode of the calculator.

    Type 800,000 times 3 % ... result 24000. Then hit on the minus sign... a figure of 19,200,000,000 appeared... without me hitting another number...weird ...

    Can anyone try it out and see if the result is the same?

    Could something be wrong with the software?

    Thanks
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    #25  
    The calculator is doing exactly what you are telling it to do:

    800,000 x 3% = 800,000 x (800,000x.03)= 800,000 x 24,000=19,200,000,000

    Not a bug just a common error on the operator side when calculating percentages.
  6. #26  
    Quote Originally Posted by dmrfresh View Post
    Actually, if you go to the 'calc' app, just hit the right direction on the 4 way pad, and you can cycle through all the modes. Left goes back to the big-button calc. Pretty sure it was the same, if not very similar on the 300 and 600.
    Cool, never saw that one.
  7. #27  
    Anyone know how to "clear" using the Treo keyboard?

    On the 600, it was "shift" "c".

    TIA
    iPhone 4S
    Former Treo & Storm Owner
    Cigar Lover
  8. #28  
    I am surprised no one mentioned this earlier in the thread.
    It was a great THREE part series...
    I too was amazed with the features of the calc, but I DID see the articles!!

    enjoy,

    Darktreo

    Part 1http://www.treocentral.com/content/Stories/849-1.htm
    Part 2http://www.treocentral.com/content/Stories/860-1.htm
    Part 3http://www.treocentral.com/content/Stories/871-1.htm
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    #29  
    http://www.timestocome.com/mobile/parendoc.htm

    The current calculator is based on parens. The documentation for parens works for the current one.
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