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    Quote Originally Posted by jaharr
    This may be the manual, though under a different name. No guarantees.

    Check out the below links including the original HP 12c manual

    Link for HP 12c MANUAL:
    http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/bpia5184.pdf

    Link for HP 12c - various problem solving examples
    http://www.hp.com/calculators/financ...technical.html
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    Last night, I received by email the registration password for the KK-12c calculator. Everything worked just fine, so my User ID and Hotsynch Name must be okay.
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    MathU is what you need. I'm an HP 15C user for 20 yrs and love this program.

    http://www.creativecreek.com/mathu.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by DTom
    MathU is what you need. I'm an HP 15C user for 20 yrs and love this program.

    http://www.creativecreek.com/mathu.html
    Ditton on the MathUPro. This is one of the best applications that I've ever seen for a Palm. I don't like KK12c because:
    * Resets
    * Twin Screen (only displays half of the calc at a time)
    * Smaller buttons (need stylus)
    * Did I mention resets?

    MathUPro looks like it was built for a Treo 650. It has large buttons that you don't need a stylus for. It's customizable (easily). Up until about a year ago, I used to carry around a HP12C in my briefcase. That was kind of silly sitting next to a laptop and a Treo.

    I've tried all of the 12c emulators, and IMHO, MathUPro is the ticket. It's the most stable app on my Treo...

    -Wumped
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