Instruction

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To enter a Roman number into a Word processing document, hit “Ctrl+F9”. Where the cursor is will be two curly braces marked in grey. Inside the parentheses, enter the desired number (in Arabic numerals from 0 to 9) in the following form: "=a number*Roman" (without quotes). Then again press F9, and Arabic

**numerals**are converted to the original Roman number.2

If you need to correct Roman number, click the right mouse button. From the opening context menu click "Codes/field values". Roman number again will turn into an editable format "=number*Roman" in brackets. Correct the number written in the usual Arabic numerals, and again press F9 to convert it to a Roman number. The changes are made.

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The Russian version of Microsoft Excel is also provided with a similar function. This function is called ROMAN. To enter a Roman numeral, select a blank cell in the document, and record the number in the following format: "=ROMAN(number)" (without the quotes!), where "number" is recorded the usual Arabic numerals. Then press "Enter". Arabic

**numbers**are converted to Roman.4

Edit Roman

**numerals**as follows. Click a cell with the Roman numeral. In the line "Insert function" (fx) will be a recording of the**figures**in an editable format "=ROMAN(number)". Just write the new number in Arabic numerals and press "Enter".Note

Do not attempt to enter numbers greater than 3999, non-integer and negative numbers. The program will generate an error.