A free and easy to use loan calculator is something I always needed, even more so these days. With banks raising interest rates, and very little variety in the mortgage market, people need to see exactly what the smallest difference in their monthly payments could mean.
Type in the values. Use the tab key for speed. The row will automatically update when you set the values. Click the up-down spinners to quickly increase or decrease the values. You can even use your mousewheel if you click into the relevant textbox. Clicking the add another loan button will duplicate the last row of the table. Click on the checkboxes in each row to include them in the totals row.
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Tab key Move to next text box
Arrow up, Arrow down Increase or decrease the value in the current textbox
Click up/down spinner Increase or decrease the value in the current textbox
Mouse wheel Increase or decrease the value in the current textbox
Add to total Selecting the checkbox will include the figures for that row in the grand total
Calculate The row will auto update when all the values have been entered, but just in case, click the calculate button
Copy Row Duplicate the row into a new row below the current one.
Add Row Add a new row to the end of the table. It will also copy the values from the last row.
Delete row Delete the current row. You must have at least one row in the table though.
Print Open the printer dialog. You can print or preview from here. Make sure you've selected A4 as the paper type.