Numeric Mode Button
Clicking this button will switch the calculator to numeric mode. You can now calculate any numeric expressions.
The Off button, on the right side of the calculator, will switch off the calculator and remove it from the screen. Left clicking your mouse on this button to clears and closes the calculator.
Right clicking the off button allows you to close the calculator and save your calculation. Doing this stores the result of your calculation on the BusiPro pop up menu. To use the stored value, go to the field in the system where you need to place the value, and right click the mouse again. The pop up menu will appear and one of the options will be the value you stored earlier.
You can also Open the calculator using the pop up menu. In this case, right clicking to close the calculator will automatically enter calculated value into the field you opened the calculator from. For more information about using these function, go to the
To the left of the Clear button is the Conversion Table (X-Y) button. The BusiPro calculator has an extensive set of conversion tables that allows you to quickly search for and select a conversion criteria to use in your calculation. When you click this button the Conversion Search screen appears from which you can choose the type of conversion you wish to perform. For more information on the conversion table, go to the Conversion Table Details help page. For practice using the Conversion Tables, go to the Unit Conversions tutorial.
Starts a new level of parentheses. The number of parenthetic levels is displayed next to the close parentheses button. There is no limit to the number of parenthetic levels you create in your calculation.
This button closes the current level of parentheses. There is no limit to the number of parenthetic levels you create in your calculation.
To the right of the X2 button is the Pi button. Clicking this button will calculate the Pi value of the number entered in the display field. For example click the 5 and the X buttons. Then click the Pi button (which places 3.14 in the display field) and click the = button. The result, 15.71, is he Pi value of 5.
This button, on the left side of the calculator, allows you to calculate either the square or the square root of any give number. Left click this button with you mouse to calculate the squared property of the s the number in the display field. Right clicking this button allows you to calculate the square-root of the number in the display field.
Below the X2 button is the Value to Memory (STO) button. When you left click this button, you store the value currently in the Display field to memory. It is useful to note that the STO button is only for storing or clearing the memory, to use the stored value in a calculation, click the RCL button.
Right clicking this button will clear the calculator's memory.
Below the STO button is the Recall from Memory (RCL) button. Click this button to insert the value held in memory into your calculation.
It is useful to note that after you use this value, it remains in the memory. To clear this value from the Calculators memory, right click on the STO button.
Below the RCL button, is the Add to Memory (SUM) button. When you click this button, the value currently in the display field will be added to the value stored in memory. If there is no number currently in the memory, clicking the SUM button performs the same function as clicking the STO button.
Right clicking the SUM button will subtract the number currently in the display field from any number already in memory. If there is no number currently in the memory, a negative number will be stored.
Bellow the SUM button is the Exchange Value with Memory (EXC) button. When you click this button, the value that is currently in the display field is exchanged with the value held in memory. For example, if you have the value 247 held in memory, and 523 showing in the display field. Clicking the EXC button will place the value 523 into the memory, and 247 appears in the display field.
To the left of the Add button is the sign change button. Clicking this button changes the sign of the value currently in the display field. For example, if the display field shows 385, clicking the Sign Change button will convert the number to –385.
Decimal Place and Round Value
To the left of the Sign Change button is the Decimal and Round Value Button. When you use the left mouse button to click this button, a decimal point will be added to the number in the display field.
Right clicking on this button will round the displayed value to the nearest whole number.