Equipment with a keyboard that is used to produce typewritten documents; it has certain word processing functions and an integrated memory.
Key that inserts a blank space between two words or characters.
Key that is used with another key to choose a setting (character pitch, line spacing, ribbon type).
Key used to automatically reposition the printing unit or cursor at the last keystroke position before making a correction.
Key used to confirm the execution of a command or the choice of a setting.
Key used to insert or remove a standard or decimal tab stop.
Key used to set the left and right margins.
Key that moves the printing unit or cursor to the beginning of the next line.
Key used to automatically move the paper up and down.
Key used to erase the character next to the printing unit or cursor.
Key used to erase the word immediately to the left of the printing unit or cursor.
Thumb wheel that controls the rotation of the platen so the paper can be moved up or down.
paper bail release lever
Device used to raise and lower the paper bail.
paper release lever
Device that releases the pressure of the platen on the paper so that the paper can be cleared or moved.
Folding part used to keep the paper in a vertical position.
Key that is used with another key to execute various programmed commands.
Key used to store texts in memory and to call them up later to make changes or to print them.
Key used to activate or deactivate the automatic spell checking of text being keyed in.
Key used to produce a capital letter or the second character assigned to the key.
Key used to center a text automatically between two margins or two tab stops.
shift lock key
Key that activates or deactivates the continuous keying of capital letters.
Key that aligns numbers columns at a preset decimal tab stop.
Key used to move the left margin temporarily to indent a line or paragraph.
Key that moves the printing unit or cursor to the next tab stop.
Key used to print characters outside the margin limits.
Liquid crystal display that shows keyed-in text as well as information about the machine’s settings and operations carried out.
Graduated scale that shows the different spacing available; it is measured in number of characters per unit of length.
Movable device with raised characters, which strike an inked ribbon to print on paper.
Part that holds the paper against the platen.
Rubber roller over which paper passes during printing.