**IMPORTANT:** Numeric entry fields must not contain dollar signs, percent signs, commas, spaces, etc. (only digits 0-9 and decimal points are allowed).

Click the **Terms** tab above for a more detailed description of each entry.

#### Step #1:

Enter either an Arabic (whole) number less than 4000, or a Roman Numeral up to MMMCMXCIX (3999). Tapping one of the plus (+) icons will open the corresponding keypad.

#### Step #2:

Click the "Convert Roman or Arabic" button, which will display the result of the conversion and display a conversion chart showing how the calculator arrived at the result.

#### Step #3:

If you would like to create a printable Roman numerals conversion chart, enter the starting and ending Arabic numbers, and then click the "Roman Numeral Chart" button, which will open your custom chart in a new window for printing.

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