How to Write Notes on a TI-84 Silver Edition Calculator

by Baptist Johnson; Updated September 26, 2017

Texas Instruments manufactures the TI-84 Silver Edition graphic calculator. The TI-84 Silver Edition has several features, such as a built-in USB port, a clock, 1.5 megabytes of flash ROM and a backup cell battery. In addition to many other preinstalled programs, the TI-84 Silver Edition has a basic word processor program. Users can write notes, copy and paste text and transfer note files between their calculator and a personal computer.

Step 1

Start your calculator at the home screen. Identify the home screen as a blank page. If your screen is not blank, press the “Clear” button on your keypad until you reach the home screen.

Step 2

Hit the “APPS” key on your keypad. Scroll down the list of programs until you reach the application titled “NoteFolio.” Hit the “Enter” key.

Step 3

Hit the “Enter” key again when prompted by the calculator. Begin writing notes.

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Baptist Johnson was first published in 2000 when a poem he wrote won first prize in a local writing contest. He also writes and edits for Etched Press Society, a micro-publishing company based in Wilmington, N.C. Johnson has a Bachelor of Science in business administration from East Carolina University.