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Look again. I quarantee you somewhere on or around the keyboard there is a L MAR and a R MAR. I don't have a 4000 so I can't tell you exactly where When you find it, move the carrier to where you want the mar. set and push the appropriate key. If the carrier stops before you get to where you want to set the margin, hit the MAR REL key and use the SPACEBAR or BACKSPACE KEY to move the carrier to where you want it. If the L MAR and R MAR (and MAR REL) is printed on the case, hold the code button down and push the key under it. If R MAR is printed on the same key as the L MAR, use the code button. These instructions will set the margins on virtually every electronic typewriter ever made.
On the L. side of the T/W ketboard are the keysmar left, mar right,tab set, tab clear and mar rel. Space to the location thayou want th R. mar and press right mar key, if it stops at the R. mar. press and release the mar rel key. To clear tabs tab to the one you want cleared and press tab clear. To set a tab space to the position and press tab set.
You set the margins by putting the printhead where you want the margin set, and holding down the CODE key, push the key under where L MAR or R MAR is printed, (above the top keys on the keyboard) depending on whether you want to set the right or left margin.
If you want to set the left margin to the left of where it's set, hold down the CODE key and push the key under MAR REL. Then using the Backspace (or spacebar, if you backspace too far) position the printhead where you want the mar. set and holding down the CODE key, hit the key under L MAR.
Setting the right margin works the same way.
Generally, the way the margins work is, wherever the printhead is positioned, when you hit the right or left margin set, is where the margin is set. To reset the margin you must move the printhead to where you want the margin set, and hit the appropriate mar. set button. to move the printhead past where the margin is set, you must hit the "mar rel" button, and then backspace or space to where you want he printhead positioned. On machines without a "mar rel" button, you just use the "backspace" or "spacebar" to move past the margin. You can't release the margins permenantly, you can only move them, or move past them using the above mentioned processes.
well this is a little late for your test, but, for future reference - in general for electronic machines you need to position the printhead where you want the margin set then hit the appropriate mar. set key.
to move the printhead past where the mar. is set you need to hit the 'mar rel' key and use the spacebar or backspace key to position the printhead. some machines don't have a "mar rel" key and on these machines just using the space and back sp. keys will do it.