Copy & Paste TI-84+ Silver Edition?

Copy & Paste TI-84+ Silver Edition?

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Coquitlam, Canada

#1 Apr 16, 2010

I have the TI-84+ Silver Edition. Is there a way I can copy numbers from earlier to paste into newer calculations?

I have a Texas Instruments TI-30XS and I can scroll back on the display to copy and paste anything at any time. I'm hoping I can do the same with my TI-84+ Silver Edition.

When I am doing a series of calculations I need to reuse numbers from earlier calculations, but I donít want to keep writing down the numbers to re-enter them again later.

I also have the TI-89 Titanium, Voyage 200 and TI-89 so I will take any advice on any of them to help me copy and paste, but I'm most interested in my TI-84+ Silver Edition.

Thanks ever so much!

West Des Moines, IA

#2 Jun 12, 2010
Hello Chumly,
On the TI-84+SE, you can use a thing called entries to avoid retyping math equations. For example, if you just typed in some long math problem you can press [2ND][ENTER] to "paste" the last math problem in. And if you repeatedly press [2ND][ENTER], your calculator will scroll through all of the things you typed in. Finally, if there is just too much stuff to scroll through you can press [2ND][MEM] and press [3]. Then press [ENTER]. And if you want a menu to select all of your past entries, you can get this by downloading OmniCalc from and using a cable and the TI-Connect software to put it on your calculator.
Hope I helped.





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