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How do you reset the right margin on the Brother EM-630? We hold down the 'code' key and then press the '3 # /' key but all we get is a beep.

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Go to brother.com, ckick on support you will find a manual there.

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Is Margin Release on it's own separate button on the EM-530? If so, then to move beyond a margin:
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Actually this is incorrect. Move to the Left [Backspace] or Right [Spacebar] depending on which margin you wish to change until it beeps. You hold down [ALT] and press [3] M REL, then move left or right again until you get where you want, then Hold [ALT] and press either [4] L MAR or [5] R MAR.

As a side note the Manual for this Typewriter IS available at Brother's website at http://www.brother-usa.com/ModelDocuments/Consumer/Users%20Manual/UM_SX4000_EN_219.PDF

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