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    Basic 10 number calculator

    Is there a way to add a basic 10 number calculator to a sheet. I know you can do everything on excel anyway but it would be handy to be able to have one on my sheet to save having to open up the calculator and go in between excel and my calculator. Not even sure if excel has this capability or not but would save me a lot of time.
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    Re: Basic 10 number calculator

    All Programs > Accessories > Calculator
    Entia non sunt multiplicanda sine necessitate

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    Re: Basic 10 number calculator

    yea i understand there is a calculator on my computer. I am making an estimating program though and im already going back and forth through my excel sheets. Is there a way to actually build a calculator into your excel?

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    Re: Basic 10 number calculator

    I haven't used a calculator since I started using Excel.

    Reckon you could create one with a userform and VBA, but it would just be reinventing the wheel.

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    Re: Basic 10 number calculator

    ok thanks for the help il just stick to that then

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    Re: Basic 10 number calculator

    i was just thinking there might be a simple way of doing it. im definitely not going to waste to much time on it though when its so easily accesable.

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