Access the Calculator Utility by pressing [F5] from anywhere in Keystroke or by selecting Calculator from the Utilities menu.

The Calculator Utility operates in two different modes. Calculator Mode is the default mode.

**Calculator Mode:**

Enter an operator.

Enter a number.

Press [ENTER].

Each line of the display shows:

The operator.

The number that was entered.

The subtotal.

This is what 2 + 2 = 4 looks like in Calculator mode:

+2 = 2

+2 = 4

**Adding Machine Mode:**

Enter a number.

Enter an operator.

Press [Enter].

Each line of the display shows:

The number that was entered.

The operator.

The subtotal.

This is what 2 + 2 = 4 looks like in Adding Machine mode:

2+ = 2

2+ = 4

Use the [F9] key to switch between the two modes. Switching modes does not affect the total or memory.

In both modes:

The running total appears near the bottom of the display in the Total box.

The value stored in Memory appears below the Total box as M = value.

Figures that are too large to display appear as ************.

To correct an entry error:

Navigate to the incorrect line.

Edit or re-enter the number or the operator.

Press [Enter]

Navigate back to the last line to continue entering numbers.

**Calculator Operators, Keys, and Functions**

**Operator & Function**

**+ Add**

Add a number to the current total.

Examples for adding 5.25 to the total:

Adding Machine: 5.25 +

Calculator: + 5.25

**[Enter] Add**

Add a number to the current total.

Example for adding 5.25 to the total:

Adding Machine or Calculator: 5.25 [Enter]

**- Subtract**

Subtract a number from the current total.

Examples for subtracting 12 from the total:

Adding Machine: 12 -

Calculator: - 12

*** Multiply**

Multiply the current total by a number.

Examples for multiplying the total by 3:

Adding Machine: 3 *

Calculator: * 3

**/ Divide**

Divide the current total by a number.

Examples for dividing the total by 8.1:

Adding Machine: 8.1 /

Calculator: / 8.1

**^ To the power of**

Raise the current total by the power of a number.

Examples for raising the total by a power of 2:

Adding Machine: 2 ^

Calculator: ^ 2

**Key & Function**

**C Clear**

Clear the calculator display.

Resets total to 0.

Memory is not reset.

**D Display**

Change the number of decimal places displayed from 0, 1, 2, 3, 4.

Affects all numbers displayed including totals and memory.

Rounds the right-most digit if necessary.

For example:

Enter 9.1623 and the calculator displays 9

Press D once and the display becomes 9.2 (Rounded up from 9.16)

Press D again and the display becomes 9.16

Press D again and the display becomes 9.162

Press D again and the display becomes 9.1623

Press D again and the display becomes 9

**F Fix**

Set a fixed decimal position for all entries.

Decimal position depends on the number of decimal places set to be displayed by the Display function.

ON - numbers are entered to the right of the decimal point.

To overwrite the Fix=ON function, include the decimal point when entering the number.

OFF - numbers are entered to the left of the decimal point.

For example:

Press D until the calculator is set to display two decimal points.

Press F to enable the Fix function.

Enter 123 and press [Enter]. The calculator displays 1.23.

Enter 12.3 and press [Enter]. The calculator displays 12.30.

Press F again to disable the Fix function.

Enter 123 and press [Enter]. The calculator displays 123.00.

**P Print**

Send the current calculator output to the report printer, including all numbers, operators, and results displayed by the calculator.

**H Help**

Display the Keystroke Calculator help information.

**M Store Memory**

Store the current total in the Calculator's memory.

The Calculator displays the current contents of its memory below the total box as M = value.

For example:

Press C to clear the Calculator.

Enter 9 and press [Enter] and 9 is displayed in the total box.

Press M and M = 9 is displayed below the total box.

To use the number stored in memory, press R for Recall Memory.

**R Recall Memory**

Place the value of the Calculator's memory on the current line.

The Calculator continues to display the current value of its memory as M = value below the total box.

For example:

Press C to clear the Calculator.

Enter 9 and press [Enter] and 9 is displayed in the total box.

Press M and M = 9 is displayed below the total box.

Press C to clear the Calculator, but not the Calculator's memory.

Press R and 9 is displayed on the current line in the Calculator.

To store the current total in memory, Press M for Store memory.

**X Exit w/ Value**

Exit the Calculator with the value from the Total box.

If the Calculator was accessed by pressing [F5], the value from the Total box is automatically pasted into the field from which [F5] was pressed.

For example:

With the cursor in the Qty field of a Sales Invoice, press [F5] to display the Calculator.

Enter 10 and press [Enter] to update the Calculator total.

Enter 6 and press [Enter] to add to the total (which is now 16).

Enter 4 and press [Enter] to add to the total again. The total is now 20.

Press X to exit the Calculator with the value from the Total box.

20 is pasted into the Invoice's Qty field.

[Shift]+[Ins] can also be used to paste the value from the Total box into a field.

**[F9] Switch Modes**

Press [F9] to switch between Calculator and Adding Machines modes. Switching modes does not affect the Total or the Memory.

**[Esc] Exit the Calculator**

Press [Esc] to exit the Calculator without saving the total.

**[UpArrow] Navigate to previous line**

Editing the value, the operator, or both after navigating to a previous line affects all later subtotals and the value in the Total box.

**{DownArrow] Navigate to next line**

Editing the value, the operator, or both after navigating to a next line affects all later subtotals and the value in the Total box.

**See:**

**Utilities Menu**