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What do I press to set my left and right margin on the swintec typewriter 7040

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Go to the margin you wish to change, PRESS BUT DON'T HOLD the MAR REL key space or backspace to the desired location press L. or R. mar key.

DickyO

Posted on Mar 12, 2012

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First check check the pitch selector switch to be sure it is not in proportional spacing. if it isn't push down on it and see if it goes away, if is goes away the keyboard needs repaired.

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SOURCE: Swintec 7040 typewriter - what is the code key and mode key for

The code key works with all the keys in the top row to set up those functions, bold, underlind, KDII, etc. The function allows you to type on the display befor printing.

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SOURCE: How do I unlock right margin on a Swintec 7040 typewrite?

move your carriage to right margin by using "tab" or "space bar". then press "margin release" and using "space bar" locate carriage where you want right margin to be, then press "right margin".

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Posted on Nov 10, 2011

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SOURCE: The Swintec 7040 typewriter goes a few inches to the right and stops. How do I unlock?

My best guess is that you have the R. margin set there. Go to the stopping point, press but don't hold the MAR REL key, spce to desired location, press R. mar key.

DickyO

Posted on Nov 11, 2011

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How do I increase the margins on the typewriter


To set a margin beyond the left or right margin, move the carrier (or cursor) to that margin, press the Margin Release key, then proceed to move the carrier (or cursor) to the desired position. Then, press the Left or Right margin key to set the new margin. A beep will sound indicating the new margin has been set. When you set a new left or right margin, the previous margin is automatically cleared.

Alternatively, you can type beyond the right margin by pressing the Margin Release key and then continue typing when the carrier (or cursor) stops at the right margin. To type beyond the left margin, press the Margin Release key and then the Backspace key to move the carrier (or cursor) to the position where you want to start typing.

Remember to always use genuine Swintec ribbons and lift-off tapes for your Swintec 7040, which can be found at Swintec Typewriter Supplies .

Aug 19, 2014 | Swintec 7040 Typewriter

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How do I unlock right margin on a Swintec 7040 typewrite?


move your carriage to right margin by using "tab" or "space bar". then press "margin release" and using "space bar" locate carriage where you want right margin to be, then press "right margin".

razors

Nov 03, 2011 | Swintec 7040 Typewriter

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The Swintec 7040 typewriter goes a few inches to the right and stops. How do I unlock?


My best guess is that you have the R. margin set there. Go to the stopping point, press but don't hold the MAR REL key, spce to desired location, press R. mar key.

DickyO

Nov 03, 2011 | Swintec 7040 Typewriter

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How do I reset the right side Margin on a swintec 4040 electronic typewriter?


Go to the margin, press but don't hold the mar rel key, space or backspace to the desired position, press R. margin key.

DickyO

Oct 27, 2011 | Swintec 7040 Typewriter

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How do I get the Swintec 7040 to just do straight typing instead of when I hit the return. It must be in some type of mode. Also, how do I clear the left/right margins and reset them?


Sounds like you also don't have a manual....press the "code" key until the little arrow in the display sits above the NP indicator.
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Nov 18, 2010 | Swintec 7040 Typewriter

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Can't get the left margin to change, it is stuck way over on the right side and when I hit return it goes to about the center of the typewriter


Hi,
On carriage return the machine locates LH margin. In your case the LH margin is set in centre.
Press the margin release key when at the margin location position.
Use the backspace key to return to the extreme left.
Space forward to were you want the new margin.
Press Margin Left set.

Alan

Nov 04, 2009 | Swintec 7040 Typewriter

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Margin release


Turn the typewriter on press the return key. If you want the margin to the left of were it is set press the MAR. key ( margin relace) press the back space key to the desired spot. press the L margin key. Your left hand margin is now set. Space to the right to where you need your Right hand margin to bo. If stops before you want it to press the MAR. key press the space bar till the drsierd place press the R MAR key.

Jan 29, 2009 | Swintec 7040 Typewriter

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MY SWINTEC 7040 WON'T RELEASE MARGIN.


Return to the L. mar. press and release the mar. rel. key, backspace to the place you want the margin press L. mar. key.

DickyO

Jan 16, 2009 | Swintec 7040 Typewriter

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Swintec 2000 Margin


You should reset the margins where you would like them. To do this, go the the file screen and press MARGIN. Press <--- to change the left margin, or ---> to change the right margin, or the up arrow to change the top margin, or the down arrow to change the bottom margin.

Do one at a time. When you choose one (i.e. <---), the message "LEFT MARGIN SETTING" appears on the screen and the cursor moves to the left margin column automatically. Move the cursor to the desired location by using the arrow keys. As you move the cursor, the corresponding margin mark moves along with it. The press "DO" to set the new margin.

Hope this helps.

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Aug 26, 2008 | Swintec 7040 Typewriter

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Swintec 2600 Electric Typewriter


MARGINS: Left margin space or tab to where you want margin set and depress the mar L key. Sometimes the key has to be depressed as you hit the code key. If you want to move carrige to the left, go to margin hit margin release and bk space to where you want. Same with the right margin only use th R margin key. Code key usually keys have second message are in green, yellow or red. Use code key with the small print on the key to activate that function.... Good luck

Aug 01, 2008 | Swintec 7040 Typewriter

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