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    I just discovered the financial formulas in Excel for Docs to Go. How do I enter the numbers so that these will work?
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    I assume you are asking how to enter numbers on a Treo. Which Treo?

    On mine, you hold down the key in the lower left called the "option" key.

    Do you have a manual for your device? Lots of helpful information there.
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    No. I'm asking how to fill the cells in the Excel formulas. I can't see how to tab from one number to the next. Or for that matter how to make it work.

    I'm familiar with how to enter numbers on a Palm treo or Centro.

    Everytime I try to enter numbers in the excel fields I get an error after the first one.

    Ex
    FV(rate,nper,pmt,pv,type)

    I want to know how to enter and then get Excel to solve this.
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    Using the 5-way key is how to go from cell to cell - esp with DTG. The spread sheet with OfficeSuite makes you use the style or finga to move around. With DTG it is a matter of selecting the function and then tapping on the appropriate cell. A bit of playing is all that is needed.

    I use the excel functionality within DTG throughout the day - makes it great to maintain records that are easily moved around from machine to machine.

    Ben
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    First you enter the "=" key. Then you either type in the numbers or the cell references. For example, it should look like this (if you have values in cells C2, C3, C4, and C5):

    =FV(C2,360,C3,C4,C5)

    Sorry, when you said "How do I enter the numbers. . ." I took you literally. You just want to know how to use formulas in Excel, right?
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