Posted by John Behle on October 25, 1998 at 10:32:48:
What I was referring to was the menus and keystrokes that are different. I’ve taught thousands how to use just about every calculator available. It took about 5 minutes for me to change my 19b to RPN and it’s been that way ever since. A side benefit is my wife doesn’t like it that way, so she doesn’t borrow my calculator!
I just totally prefer the 19B, so I’m not even sure where my 10B is (probably my wife’s briefcase). I don’t know the menus well enough on that calculator to give exact keysrokes. I’m still amazed the CCIM courses chose the 10B as the standard calculator instead of stepping up to the 17 or 19 for a few dollars more. It’s a hardy calculator two. We had a fire totally destroy our office building in 1991 and the two things that survived were my HP19b and my Timex watch. Takes a licking and keeps on ticking.