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I need to operate the "CODE" button. How do I copy typed info with "CODE"?

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If you want to store something and reprint it later. On the L. side of the keyboard are 3 keys STORE, PLAY and DELETE. Hold the store key, type in a address 01-99 release store key, type info, touch store again. To print hold play, type address, release play.

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