HP CalcPad 100 User Manual
Calcpad 100, User’s guide, Desktop calculator
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HP Part Number: NW226-90001
First Edition: Jan 2009
HP CalcPad 100 Keyboard Legend
HP CalcPad 100
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1. Number lock
2. Application hot
3. Number lock key
4. Division and
5. Backspace key
6. Home key
7. Page up key
8. Directional arrow
9. Subtraction and
10. End key
11. Enter key
12. Insert key
13. Page down key
14. Decimal point key
16. Double zero key
15. Delete key
HP CalcPad 100
• The keypad layout of the CalcPad 100 is similar to
the standard PC 10-key numeric pad.
• The CalcPad 100 is compatible with many Microsoft
Windows® applications: 98, 98 SE, NT, and ME,
2000 Professional and XP.
• The CalcPad has two additional USB ports and may
be used as a hub lor any USB-compatible PC peripherals.
• CalcPad 100 can be used as a security keypad to
enter pin numbers, or toentermenuoptions as long
as your system is compatible with a standard PC
10-key numeric keypad.
• The CalcPad supports plug and play.
• CalcPad 100 also works with Apple computers®,
Apple Macintosh® products, and most computers
that support the USB protocol.
To install the CalcPad onto your PC, simply download the
driver for your product at
Once installed, this software permits you to:
• Launch commonly used applications on your PC
from the CalcPad.
• Choose an HP calculator for use with the CalcPad.
• Select and set a default calculator to load whenever
your PC is turned on.
Once the initial install is complete, you may plug the
CalcPad into any USB port on your PC.
Once the CalcPad hasbeen installed, press the hot keys,
to launch and toggle
between the following applications installed on your
PC: Microsoft Word®, Microsoft Excel®, the Desktop,
and HP Calculator software.
Note: the applications listed must be installed on your
PC prior to using the hot keys on the CalcPad. Microsoft
Word and Excel are registered trademarks af Microsoft
Corporation. Microsoft software applications are not
included with this product.
Sample Key Functions
1. Press the double zero key, ,to assist with
numbers with multiple zeros.
2. Press the backspace key,
. to delete one
number at a time, starting with the last number entered.
3. Press the directional arrow keys,[^],[.^],[®],[| ]
to position the cursor for deleting, editing and
4. Press the number lock key,[Num I k ] , to activate/
deactivate the numbered keys and access the
secondary key functions.
This manual and any examples contained herein are
provided "as is" and are subject to change without notice.
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examples contained herein.
Copyright © 2009 Hewlett-Packard Development Company,
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Replacement products may be either new or like-new.
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