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    Question Seven Windows 7 Calculator Features You May Not Know About

    :">The Windows Calculator program has been a part of Windows since version 1.0. What started out as a simple arithmetic calculator has evolved into a far more powerful and diverse tool.>>

    You may already know that the Windows 7 version of Calculator performs basic arithmetic, as well as scientific, programmer, and statistical calculations. What you may not know is that it can also calculate mortgage payments, fuel economy, perform unit conversions, and more.

    Here are seven Windows 7 Calculator features you may not know about:

    ><1. Calculate mortgage payments
    No need to search online for a good mortgage calculator; you've got one built right into Windows. From Calculator, go to View > Worksheets > Mortgage. You can choose from monthly payment, down payment, purchase price, and term (in years).


    ><2. Calculate car lease payments
    Thinking about leasing a vehicle? Use this worksheet to calculate lease period, leave value, payments, and residual value. Go to View > Worksheets > Vehicle lease

    3. Calculate fuel economy><
    The fuel economy worksheet can calculate your vehicle's fuel economy, distance, and fuel used. Go to View > Worksheets > Fuel economy.

    ><4. Calculate the difference between two dates
    Say you want to figure out the exact age difference between your two kids. This Calculator worksheet will figure it out for you. Go to View > Date calculation or use the Ctrl+E shortcut.


    ><5. Unit conversions
    The Windows calculator can perform a large number of unit conversions, like area, length, power, and volume. Go to View > Unit conversion or use the Ctrl+U shortcut.

    >>>6. History support
    You can view and edit the history of your calculations. Standard and Scientific modes have their own history and can be accessed by going to View > History. Just double-click on the calculation you want to edit, then press Enter when you're done.

    7. Keyboard shortcuts ><>
    If you use the Windows calculator frequently, use keyboard shortcuts to save some time.

    Alt+1 : switch to standard mode
    Alt+2 : switch to scientific mode
    Alt+3 : switch to programmer mode
    Alt+4 : switch to statistics mode
    Ctrl+E : launch date calculations
    Ctrl+H : toggle calculation history
    Ctrl+U : launch unit conversion
    Ctrl+Shift+D : clear calculation history

    >:"That's it. The next time you start to open a spreadsheet or search for an online app, remember that your good old Windows calculator might be all you need.":
    Last edited by איינער טוט ניט פ; 03-16-2012 at 04:31 AM.

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    *Knew about them all*

    /me is proud.
    /me run

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    I'm pretty sure everyone knows about this though...But on the off chance that some really aren't, good article !

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    Quote Originally Posted by the p-man 2 View Post
    I'm pretty sure everyone knows about this though...But on the off chance that some really aren't, good article !
    Actually I didn't know that, but that was because I didn't needed such functions xD



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    I know all of them...
    The one I search is Pokemon damage calculator. XD

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