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September 23, 1987 - Image 48

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The Michigan Daily, 1987-09-23

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Introducing a typewriter
that automatically takes care of
many of the picky little details
of presenting a beautiful and
intelligent-looking college
The new Sharp PA-3130
Electronic Memory Intelliwriter.T'
Before each line you type is
printed, it appears on a display
above the keyboard for your
review. Meanwhile, your new
Sharp is busy using its 50,000
word, built-in dictionary to alert
you to misspellings.
So you can correct your

paper even before it's on paper.
Or after.
Once your words are printed,
your new Sharp's superior cor-
rection function can lift a typo,
or even an entire line, right off
the page with the touch of a key.
The Intelliwriter can even
help you type faster. Its special
abbreviation feature automati-
cally types out a pre-set phrase
every time you type in your
abbreviation. (For example,
ASAP is typed out "as soon as
If you're not in college, con-

sider how this Sharp typewriter's
built-in intelligence could make
writing business papers easy.
Doing high school or grade
school homework easy. Even
writing recipes easy.
Best of all, at the price at
which it's offered, Sharp makes
owning it easy.
The PA-3130 and other Sharp
Intelliwriters are available at
leading retailers everywhere.


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