## How do I set the date on my Sharp EL 1750v?

Reset the date and time by switching the switch from “GT” to “Rate Set” and pressing the two-digit month, the “decimal point” button (a single dot in the center of the key), the two-digit day, the “decimal point” button, the four-digit year, the button with the clock on it, the two-digit military hour (4 p.m. is 16; 5 …

**How do you set the tax rate on a sharp el 1750v?**

Press the “TAX+” key. The percentage that you typed in is stored in your calculator’s memory. You can apply this percentage to an active figure by pressing the “TAX” key on the keypad.

**How do I reset the tax on my Sharp calculator?**

The tax rate is set as follows:

- Press the CA key (Clear All key) a couple of times to clear the calculator.
- press the Rate Set key (+TAX key)
- Enter the required tax rate, for example enter 10 for 10 percent tax.
- Press the Rate Set key again.

### How do you change the paper on a calculator?

- Cut the leading edge of the new roll of paper to give it a straight edge.
- Slide the power switch to the left to the “Off” position to turn off the calculator.
- Hold the new roll of paper so that it unrolls from the bottom.
- Insert the edge of the paper roll into the opening at the top of the calculator.

**How do you subtract on a adding machine?**

Add and subtract on the adding machine by pressing each number followed by its mathematical sign. For example, press the “6,” “+,” “7,” “+,” “-4” and “=” buttons for the equation “6 + 7 + (-4) = 9.”

**What do buttons mean on adding machine?**

Add and subtract on the adding machine by pressing each number followed by its mathematical sign. For example, press the “6,” “+,” “7,” “+,” “-4” and “=” buttons for the equation “6 + 7 + (-4) = 9.” Multiply and divide by pressing a number followed by the sign and then the next number.

#### How do I calculate 15 VAT in South Africa?

Deducting VAT

- Step 1: To work out a price excluding VAT, you divide your price by 1.15 VAT Rate of 15%: Price / 1.15 = net price.
- Step 2: The result of this calculation is your net price, excluding VAT. For example: R175 / 1.15 = R152.17 = net price.

**How do I clear the memory on my adding machine?**

Press the “M” with a diamond shape next to it to print the value stored in the memory without erasing it. The “M*” button will print the stored memory and clear it. Clear every operation in progress by pressing the “C” key.