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IBM Wheelwriter 6 Series II

I was reading suggestions for another wheelwriter and thought you might be able to help me with the Wheelwriter 6 Series II. Normally I use a computer but I need to type a form that has 3 pages (carbons) so I need to use a typewriter. We have the wheelwriter here and I seem to remember that one can store information and recall it for repeated use. Holding the code key down does not make the Store light come on on this one so I was hoping you'd have some simple 1,2, 3 steps to save and recall information. Thanks!

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  • MrsGrass Jun 13, 2008

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On the L. side of the keyboard are 3 keys store, play and delete.

To store in memory press and hold store key and type an address 01-99 then type what ever on completion press store again.

To play hold play and type address.
To delete hold del. and type address.

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