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    Am i late on this, i have been using my stylus for the calc since i got my treo. i guess i never thought about it till now. anyway

    i found a link to the manual for the built-in calculator, not the same name but the same calc. and function

    Manual
    Last edited by Franko515; 09/01/2005 at 09:14 AM. Reason: I found the manual
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    I use it for grocery shopping all the time and never use the stylus. Of course I'm paranoid as hell about dropping it while juggling a can of soup or something but it's handier than carrying a separate calculator.
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    My Treo is always in an Innopocket case, it'd be nice to be able to use the 5-way for quick calculations. Like my "killer feature" of TakePhone is the ability to do everything from the 5-way controller. I rarely use any of its other plethora of features.
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    i dont think you can use the 5way, but it would be nice. i havent read the manual yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Franko515
    Am i late on this, i have been using my stylus for the calc since i got my treo. i guess i never thought about it till now. anyway

    i found a link to the manual for the built-in calculator, not the same name but the same calc. and function

    Manual
    Yep, yet another great tip! I didn't know, but then I don't know quite a bit.
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    ive always just assumeed that anything using a number input could use the keyboard. You can also hit the "Q" key for division, the "W" key for addition, etc....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Franko515

    i found a link to the manual for the built-in calculator, not the same name but the same calc. and function
    Thanks for the manual -- I have not been able to figure out how to figure out present valus of $ calculations.
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    For FV, PV, etc. functions, hit the edit button.
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    Yeah, I always use the keyboard.
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    Any keys you can use to select "C" or "CE" on the calculator

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