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At power on the carriage parks in the middle,unable to start all the way on the left side

How do i start typing all the way on the left side,instead of the center at turn on..
Please help,I displaced the manual.
My email address; martelvanas@q.com.

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Press and release the margin release key, backspace to the position you want the margin to be and press the left margin key.

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Posted on Nov 01, 2008

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