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IBM CORRECTING SELECTRIC TYPEWRITER - can it be made a printer? [message #143969] Mon, 15 July 1985 09:10 Go to previous message
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Posted: Mon Jul 15 09:10:04 1985
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Does anyone know whether the IBM CORRECTING SELECTRIC TYPEWRITER can be
converted to be used as a computer printer?  (I know that the old stand-by
SELECTRIC can be converted but am not sure about this beastie.)  Who does 
this kind of conversion?


Thanks,

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			Daniel M. O'Brien (ihnp4!ihlpa!dob)
			AT&T Bell Laboratories
			IH 4A-258, x 4782
			Naperville-Wheaton Road
			Naperville, IL 60566
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