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Clears the display and output window. If the current file has been saved previously,
a dialog will be shown giving you the option to save the file.
Opens a previously saved file.
Saves the current file. If the file has not been saved before, a dialog will be shown
where a filename can be entered.
Displays a dialog where a filename may be entered.
Prints the current file. You can print the file either to the printer or to a file. You
may also use the Preview button to see what the file will
look like when printed. If the file is printed with the default options enabled the
file's name will be used as a header. There are also options in the dialog for choosing
No Header or Custom Header if you
would like something else printed on the top line.
Closes the currently open file. Displays a dialog prompting the user to save a file that
has changed, but only if that file has been saved previously. This is to avoid having
the user annoyed by dialogs every time they do a quick calculation.
Exits the program. Prompts the user to save a changed file under the same conditions
as the Close menu item.
Displays a dialog where a note can be entered which will be displayed on the
currently selected line. This dialog may also be shown by right clicking on a line
in the output window or by using the arrow keys to select a line and pressing the
Removes the note on the currently selected line.
Inserts a blank line before the currently selected line. Useful for adding spaces to
tapes to make them more readable or for extra notes.
Deletes the currently selected line including any calculations on that line. This
can render the calculations on a tape meaningless if used incorrectly. For that reason a dialog
is shown warning the user of this possibility whenever this option is used.
Displays the Preferences dialog where user settings may be changed.
Shows or hides the column headers in the output window.
Displays calculations with floating point precision.
Displays calculations with a fixed precision set to two decimal places.
Dislplays calculations with a fixed precision set to four decimal places.
Displays the Preferences dialog allowing the user to set a
fixed precision of their own choosing.
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