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February 29, 1988 - Image 37

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The Michigan Daily, 1988-02-29

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A letter quality daisy wheel word processor
you can use from day one.
Nothing complicated to learn. Nothing technical to memorize.
Because Brother's user-friendly software provides simple
"On Screen" prompts that lead you easily through each step.
So, even without experience, you'll be able to type, store, recall,
edit and print out. It's a Daisy Wheel and there's nothing
like it. The display is larger and easier to read. The exclusive
"word-spell'M 70,000 word electronic dictionary makes it
easier to write error-free. And because it's a Brother, it's also
as easy to afford as it is to use.

Brother International Corp.
8 Corporate Place, Piscataway, New Jersey 08854


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