Question re use of Casio fx-570MS calculator Watch

Snagglepuss
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I have just bought one of these, and can't see how to add various figures to memory, then with a simple button recall the content of that memory.

There is a M+ button which I assume adds the current display to the total memory every time I press it, but I can't see how to recall the content of that memory. On my old calucltaor there was a MR button which did this. Also, how do I clear memory?

I'm probably just being silly - but please show me how!
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Any answers please?
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Press Alpha M and equals to recall. Also add memory to other letters by pressing shift and the button with STO above it, and then the letter name. Clear by pressing shift and then the button with CLR above it then equals. I think.
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Press "RCL" followed by the letter corresponding to the memory you want to access.
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Thanks Gents, that's done the trick. The instruction manual is very confusingly written.
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You might find my reply on this thread:
http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=230564 quite useful.
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