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How do I fix the Margin to go back to set location. The relocate doesn't work.

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Alt - 6 unsets the margins and Alt - 7 sets them

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How to clear history of tabs and margins to start over on the Brother GX-6750

Unfortunately, I don't think you can reset all of the margins and tabs at once. To reset a specific margin, move to that margin and then press ALT and the 6 key simultaneously. (That's the Margin Release.) If you are resetting the left margin, press the backspace (or space) key until you reach the new margin location. Then press Alt + 7 (L Margin) to set the new margin. For the right margin, press space (or backspace) until you reach the new margin location. Now, press Alt + 8 to set the new right margin location.

You can clear all of the tabs by pressing and holding Alt + 0 (tab clear) for over half a second.

The manual for the GX-6750 is available from Brother on the product support site: . Click on the Manuals & Documents tab. The direct link to the manual (in English) is / The procedure to set the margins is on page 2. The procedure to set the tabs is on page 5.

I hope this helps.

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Apr 26, 2016 | Brother Office Equipment & Supplies

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Brother ml 500 memory typriter how do i move margin to right

Use your space bar to move carrier to desired location, hold down Alt key button on bottom left (next to space bar) and press the number 5 numeric key on top row. That should set your right margin.

Jul 30, 2014 | Brother ML-500 Typewriter

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Go to the margin you want to set press but don't hold the margin release key Space or back space to desired location, Press the L. or R. margin key. You can Get an owners manual at NADIST.COM one of the current Nakajima models will be the same as your's.


Jun 17, 2014 | Royal Adler Powerwriter MD Typewriter...

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Right margin will not release Can get to a certain point and it just locks up - Does this have anything to do with the Reloc button which I don't know how to use.

the RELOC button is for when you go back and make a correction, after you make the correction you hit the RELOC button and it will automatically go back to where you left off. if you are typing along and it stops typing and won't go any further, you are at the right margin. if you want to go past this point, you have to hit the MAR REL button. then hit the space bar or keep typing. if you want to move the margin, move the carrier to where you want the margin and hit R MAR, and that will set the margin at that point. works the same way for the left margin.

Mar 05, 2011 | Brother Office Equipment & Supplies

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How do you set margins

You move the carrier, with the space bar or backspace key, to where you want the margin to be set.
If the carrier stops before you get to where you want to set the margin, then locate the ALT key at the bottom left on the keyboard, hold it down, then locate the key directly under the words above the keyboard that say M REL (the 3 key) and push it. Then move the carrier with the space bar or backspace key. (whichever direction you want to go)
When the carrier is where you want the margin set, hold down the ALT key and push the key under where it says L MAR (4) to set the left margin, or R MAR (5) to set the right margin.
The ALT key works with all the functions listed above the keyboard.
The CODE key works with the functions/charachters printed on the keys themselves.

Jan 03, 2011 | Brother SX-4000 Typewriter

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The return is stuck on 80 on the guide. I cannot

Turn the T/W off and slide the carrier back and forth. If it goes to the left then you have the L. margin set at 80.

Return to the margin, press and release the margin release key, backspace to the desired location, press the L. margin key.


Mar 18, 2010 | Nakajima AE-710 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

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.


Nov 04, 2009 | Swintec 7040 Typewriter

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The microwave does work,but i can't press the stop button and every thing is look normal but the stop button i can't stop whenever the microwave started to spinning.

P { MARGIN: 0px } UL { MARGIN-TOP: 5px; MARGIN-BOTTOM: 5px } OL { MARGIN-TOP: 5px; MARGIN-BOTTOM: 5px } To get to the panel, remove the outer cabinet of the unit, which is usually held in place with a few screws. Once the outer cabinet is removed, follow the power cord into the unit. It will take you to the panel holder, where the panel sits. The panelholder is located two or three inches into the unit, and may be attached to a power board.clean or dust out ht e face of the panel and fix back the microwave. the button will ddefinetly work back again

Oct 11, 2009 | Emerson MW8168B Microwave Oven

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Setting left margin. For some reason, I've set a new left margin, and can't get back to the old, more left margin.

Return to L. margin, press mar. rel. key backspace to desired location press L. mar. key.


Aug 17, 2009 | IBM Office Equipment & Supplies

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Most electronic typewriters work the same way to change margin settings. You use the space bar to move to the desired location then press the right margin key. You should hear a beep. If you need to set it farther to the right of the current position, then use the space bar to move the carrier to the current position, once it stops moving then press margin release then space to the new position then press right margin key.

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Aug 10, 2008 | Brother EM-530 Typewriter

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