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I am having trouble getting the Margins extended on my Brother GX 7750. I cannot type on the whole page with the margins like they are.

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  • SVIEL Aug 19, 2008

    I HAVE A BROTHER GX-7500 TYPEWRITER AND NO MANUAL TO TELL HOW TO RELEASE THE MARGINS

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    Ann Feder Sep 29, 2014

    Space to the spot where you want the margin, hold the ALT key (grey key to left of top row of keyboard), and press MSet. That is the way to employ any of the top row keys that have grey printing on them.

  • Ann Feder
    Ann Feder Sep 29, 2014

    Correction, not letters/symbols printed on keyboard, but to initiate the features printed ABOVE the keyboard.

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Press RETURN to go to left margin and press ALT and MREL together then press Return key and press ALT and LMAR together to set the Left margin. In case of right margin its ALT and RMAR.

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I cannot get the margin release to clear the left margin now either.  I did get the right margin extended, however, don't know how it was done.

 

Cannot back up any further to the left, and there are more spaces left.  anyone with suggestions, would appreciate.

 

Posted on Oct 16, 2007

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Hold down the code key and press the margin release, to set margin, just hold code release margin, space over to where you want it and then press Margin set, left or right.

Posted on Jun 24, 2007

  • Ann Feder
    Ann Feder Sep 29, 2014

    Space to the spot where you want the margin, hold the ALT key (grey key to left of top row of keyboard), and press MSet. That is the way to employ any of the commands above the top row keys.

  • Jeff Burkin Oct 21, 2014

    There is no Mset key.....

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