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Storing key strokes on IBM Wheelwriter 6, Series II

This typewriter was donated to our company but without the manual. It appears that I can store keystrokes for things that I type over and over, but I don't know how to store them. Can you help?

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On the L. side of the keyboard are 3 keys store, play & delete.
To store hold the store key and type an address 1 - 99, release the store key and type info. press store again. To play hold play type address, release play. to delete follow same with the delete key. Be sure the batteries are good or you will lose data on power off.

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Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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