Where the paperless office is not yet 100% complete, you will occasionally need a printout of the adding tape for filing or stapling. Descalc can now also be printed on receipt printers. This saves a lot of paper compared to laser printing.
Now you can run a tape and then go back and insert blank lines beneath or above figures, and comment in the text areas. That gives you the possibility to explain the figures in more detail.
This is especially useful if you permanently switch between your applications and DeskCalc. You can choose the shortcut from a list in the settings window.
DeskCalc has four calculator modes.
DeskCalc takes into consideration the different computing ways of conventional devices and thereby can be immediately used by all users without a reorientation
For the fast keyboard-supported change-over a context menu can be opened by selecting with (<).
The main concern for version 8 was Windows 10 compatibility, the usability and user interface, only some new functions have been added.
Is it possible to push an unattended install of DeskCalc to end-users that includes entering the correct name and code?
Yes it is, you may create a batch file like:
networkshare\\deskcalc_uk.exe /NCRC /S /D=C:\Program Files\deskcalc
copy networkshare\\static.ini c:\program files\deskcalc
where /S ..silent
/NCRC..no crc check
and static.ini is from an installation with a correct license code
Some applications don't like pasting metafiles from the clipboard, one of them is FoxIt PDF. We added bitmap export for the PostIt function and show you how to use it as a workaround for tapes and FoxIt PDF.
Choose "Bitmap" as graphic format:
Export to PDF
Copies the tape to the clipboard
Create a image stamp from the clipboard: