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How to store information & play back to type

How do I store information in a Lexmark Wheelwriter 2500 then play back and the typerwriter will type what I have stored?

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On the left side are 3 keys, Store, Play nad Del. To store Hold store, type an address 01-99, type info, press store again. To print hold plat and type address. Delete works the same way. You can download a manual at lexmark.com, click on support.

DickyO

Posted on Apr 27, 2010

  • Dick O Reilly Apr 27, 2010

    I forgot be sure the batteries are good or you will lose the memory when shut off.

    DickyO


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To clear an address in memory press and hold delete key on the l. side of keyboard and 01-99 to clear those addresses. To store info. press and hold store and the address 01-99 where you want to store it, when complete press store again. To print press play and the address.

Merry Christmas

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