Now that I’ve been using the excellent Swiss Micros DM-41L calculator a while, there are a few things I still tend to forget that are either different than the HP-41CX, or things that are the same that I just never did often enough. The HP-41CX Quick Reference Guide (if you can find one) is really handy, and I’m lucky enough to have an original printed copy in my notebook’s pocket. But there are some specifics to the DM-41L, notably the power-on key assignments, that are helpful to have handy.
And thus is born my DM-41L Quick Reference Guide, available under a Creative Commons Share Alike Attributions (CC-BY-SA) license.
It’s formatted to print for trifold to business size, so you can slip it in the business card elastic holder of the DM-41L flip cases.
You can download and make your own from this PDF. I’m debating doing a limited print run on coated paper at some point; if you’re interested in getting one by sending me a SASE, do let me know by email or Twitter (@kf6gpe), as it’ll help me make the decision.