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The Wheelwriters all take the same printwheels some WW3's won't do proportional space. The different part #'s may mean they have special symbols like double underscore, other than that they should work on a WW5.
Joany, look for a function,usually on the left side of the keyboard on the IBM,that has the markings 10,12 and 15. And if my memory is correct,there will be a series of lamps which light up at the selected pitch. I would look for a key marked "pitch" and press that. Good luck.