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Return to L. margin touch but don't hold Mar REl key, space or backspace to desired location, press L. Mar. key, right works the same.

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Return to L. margin press mar. rel. key and release it, backspace to desirid place and press L. mar key.

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Posted on Aug 05, 2008

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SOURCE: margins will not hold, have to keep resetting them.

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Auto margins are permanently stored in the Swintec 8014S. If you set new margins within those margins, they should hold. If you set them outside of the auto margins you will have to use the MAR REL key to release the auto margins, and then set the new margins. All margins are set by pressing the Left or Right Margin Set keys.

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(1) Keep your typewriter on for a couple of hours so the battery can recharge and then save your margin settings
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Press "MAR RELEASE", one key right of "MAR LEFT" in the upper left hand corner.

Press back space in the upper right corner until it's where you want it and press "MAR LEFT" to set it.

Tab over to where you want the right margin and press "MAR RIGHT"

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