Category Archives: Calculator

Calculator Screen Font too small or too large

Usually print size has to do with web browser and print settings more than anything else.

For example, holding SHIFT while clicking “+” will zoom in the screen. Same thing with “-” for zooming out.

See this video if this is the issue:

If the text is small after printing on a sheet of paper the user may need to change their print settings. See attached for each browser – Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Firefox.

Font Small or Large When Printing or Saving Net Sheet

This is usually due to your browser last used print zoom settings.

Both of those options, if modified when you go to print should ensure that the Net Sheet prints to a single page in any browser and/or that the font is readable.

Internet Explorer has a “Shrink To Fit” option in the Print Preview screen.

Chrome has a percentage shrink under “More Settings” in the Print Preview screen. See below:


ClosingTap vs SmartGFE and ClosingCorp

SmartGFE is ClosingCorp’s tool and is really more a tool for lenders. It also is not a mobile app or custom branded or has any kind of social sharing included.

ClosingTap is more for Realtors, is a custom branded mobile app for the title company and includes social sharing to help hem with marketing their brand. This lets Realtors create net sheets in 60 seconds with the title agent’s fees from their computer or mobile device 24×7.

I Can’t Login to My Calculator

If you cannot login to your calculator you likely need to reset your password.  To do this please follow these steps:

  1. Visit the login page of the calculator (where it prompts you for email and password)
  2. Next click on “Forgot My Password”
  3. Enter the email address signed up/signed in with
  4. Click “Reset Password” button
  5. You’ll receive a link in your email to reset your password.  Click it or copy and paste the link into your browser.
  6. On the next screen you will be able to enter in a new password and save it.
  7. Then attempt to login again.

How to Access Previously Saved Preliminary Closing Statements

The calculator allows you to save statements in progress and go back to edit them as new offers or details come in.

  1. To access previous statements that you saved click the “Saved” button from the homescreen.
  2. A list of your previously saved statements will appear.
  3. Click on any of them and modify them to calculate new offers – all without re-entering any details.

How to Save and/or Discard Drafted Closing Statements

You have the ability to save a closing statement you are working on and revisit it when you are ready to complete it.

  1. Once you have entered all the details you want, simply hit the “Save” button at the top of the screen.
  2. Saving can be done at anytime while you’re working on the closing statement.
  3. Once you hit the “Save” button, a window will appear to add a name to the closing document you are working on.
  4. Type in the name you would like to use for this closing statement.  Something like the seller name or property address so it will be easily identifiable later.
  5. Hit the “Submit” button in the Save window.
  6. Your closing statement is now saved in your account and this is confirmed by green text that temporarily appears near the top of the page.
  7. To view your statement later or to confirm your statement is saved, Click on the “Saved” tab at top of calculator.
  8. Here you will find all your saved statements and you can either View or Delete the statements from the Saved page.

To discard a statement, simply close out the calculator or log out of your account without clicking Save.

You also have the ability to start over with a closing statement by clicking the New button at the top of your screen.  This will clear all the fields in the calculator.