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DL PRT how to release this function??

When typing the letters to not display, I have to hit the return key to get enable the letters/words to type.
How do I release this mode?

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On the rt. side of the keyboard is a key that says print mode.
press that key the dl print should go off on the display and you should be in business.

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Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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