Get a 10-key calculator on your PC.
Q. CPAs once relied on bulky bulk·y
adj. bulk·i·er, bulk·i·est
1. Having considerable bulk; massive.
2. Of large size for its weight: a bulky knit.
3. Clumsy to manage; unwieldy. , but wonderful, 10-key calculators until limited desk space relegated them to the closet or, worse, the garbage. But now I find that the calculator built into Microsoft Windows See Windows.
(operating system) Microsoft Windows - Microsoft's proprietary window system and user interface software released in 1985 to run on top of MS-DOS. Widely criticised for being too slow (hence "Windoze", "Microsloth Windows") on the machines available then. is of little use. Is there a program that functions like a 10-key I can install on my PC?
A. I've had a 10-key program called PentaCalc for years. The vendor has since introduced a spiffed-up version called the PentaCalc Pro.
You can engage the PC calculator, which works with any Windows application A program that is written to run under Microsoft's Windows operating system. Such applications typically run under all 32-bit versions of Windows, but earlier applications might also run under the 16-bit versions (Windows 3.x) as well. See Windows. , by clicking on a hot button no matter what you happen to be running on your computer. It comes with a huge bundle of options, including the ability to combine buttons from other calculators and even link several calculators. It's programmable and costs just $39.95. For more information go to www.head gatestudios.com/products/ pentacalc/features.htm.
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