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Hi Jean, all you need to do is move the carriage to the spot you want to place a tab and then press the tab set key. Key may be labeled as " T SET", located on left side of keyboard. You can put as many tab sets as you like.
If that does not work, you may need a new keyboard. Keyboards are starting to wear out due to age.
to reset the left margin press the Mar Rel key on the left side of the keyboard once. Either space or backspace to the point where you want to reset the margin and press the Left Mar key once. To set the right margin just space to the point where you want to reset it and press the Right Mar key once.
There are a few possibilities, first check to see if it is in the language mode, light on the rt. side code "L" will get you out of it. If that is OK the keyboard may be selecting the wrong keyboard. Press and hold code key, press and release the "L" key, type 001, release the code key. If this solves the problem. check the keyboard connectors. If they seem to be fully plugged in you will need a keyboard.