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How Do I Completely Clear The Screen On A Casio Fx-cg10?


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#1 Migs

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Posted 17 January 2011 - 01:04 PM

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How do I completely clear the screen on a Casio fx-CG10? I press the AC button but all the previous calculations remain on the screen. How do I clear it all?

Thanks amigos,

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Posted 17 January 2011 - 06:45 PM

Hi, guess you're in natural display mode (in linear display mode, screen is all cleared when you press [AC/on] )--

be sure you're in top level menu (to make sure, press <span class=Shift' /> EXIT)

press <span class=F2' /> (DEL) then <span class=F2' /> (DEL-ALL) then <span class=F1' /> (Yes) and your screen will be all cleared.

Note: you can switch to linear display mode by:-
<span class=Shift' /> <span class=MENU' /> (SET UP) then <span class=F2' /> (Linear) and then EXIT

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Posted 17 January 2011 - 07:26 PM

Thanks a million, quite complicated to clear the stack! This is not in the manual as far as I can tell. Do you have any suggestions as to where I can learn up these things?

Thanks again! -Migs

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Posted 19 January 2011 - 02:48 AM

Hi again, and guess again the manual you consulted is just a quick start guide (sorry if wrong guess -- the full user's guide is not physically included in the blister packaging), full user's guide is in the CD-ROM included in the package under folder "UsersGuide" and you can print it using your own paper :P . I don't think there's exact mentioning about how to use [AC/on] key but you may get some idea form "Getting Acquainted" and the first 2 chapters. ^_^

Note: I opened mine's back lid for replacing batteries yesterday and found heavy leakage, I must screwed out the back of the case out of the mainboard and rinsed in water. I think the Prizm doesn't go well with alkaline batteries (I set a correct battery type) so I suggest anyone using the Prizm use Ni-MH type, it's more expensive but rechargeable and more reliable, BTW I'm not sure if the cause of leakage is the low quality of batteries I used (they're GP Ultra, a Chinese battery :P ).

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Posted 19 January 2011 - 01:22 PM

Thanks for the CD suggestion! I'll do it right away! - Mig

Hi again, and guess again the manual you consulted is just a quick start guide (sorry if wrong guess -- the full user's guide is not physically included in the blister packaging), full user's guide is in the CD-ROM included in the package under folder "UsersGuide" and you can print it using your own paper :P . I don't think there's exact mentioning about how to use [AC/on] key but you may get some idea form "Getting Acquainted" and the first 2 chapters. ^_^

Note: I opened mine's back lid for replacing batteries yesterday and found heavy leakage, I must screwed out the back of the case out of the mainboard and rinsed in water. I think the Prizm doesn't go well with alkaline batteries (I set a correct battery type) so I suggest anyone using the Prizm use Ni-MH type, it's more expensive but rechargeable and more reliable, BTW I'm not sure if the cause of leakage is the low quality of batteries I used (they're GP Ultra, a Chinese battery :P ).



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Posted 07 February 2011 - 02:16 AM

ty Vinx also helped me out :D




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