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Now it is starting from right side i want to shift to left side to start typing please help me

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    that was SUPER helpful. Thank you.

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Sounds like the L. margin is set at the rt. side. Turn the T/W off and onn let find home, press and release the mar. rel. key, backspace to the place you would like the L. mar to be, press L. mar key. This should take care of problem.

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