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IBM Magnetic Tape "Selectric" composer.

International Business Machines Corporation

IBM Magnetic Tape "Selectric" composer.

by International Business Machines Corporation

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  In addition to its electronic successors, the Magnetic Tape Selectric Composer (MT/SC), the Mag Card Selectric Composer, and the Electronic Selectric Composer, IBM also made electronic typewriters with proportional spacing using the Selectric element that were considered typewriters or word processors instead of typesetting machines. In addition to its electronic successors, the Magnetic Tape Selectric Composer (MT/SC), the Mag Card Selectric Composer, and the Electronic Selectric Composer, IBM also made electronic typewriters with proportional spacing using the Selectric element that were considered typewriters or word processors instead of typesetting machines.

IBM produces the Mag Tape Selectric Composer, applying the technology of the MT/ST to typesetting. IBM introduces the Mag Card Selectric, which edits documents on magnetic cards the same size as an column punched card. , IBM produced the Models A, AA, B, C, and D. In , the IBM SELECTRIC Typewriter was put on the market. This machine was revolutionary for the market. Together with the Magnetic Tape Typewriter, the IBM Composer, Dictating Machines and Copiers, IBM created in /64 the Textprocessing application. Also the.

ist” to input copy on an IBM Magnetic Tape Selectric Composer, which recorded the keystrokes on a tape. This tape was then loaded into an IBM Electronic Selectric Composer which printed out the text but required someone to manually change the Selectric ball wherever the text called for a font change. The operator also had to instruct the com-Author: Harold Remus. How much does the IBM selectric ii weigh to capture the key strokes on magnetic tape and insert the operator's format commands, and a Composer unit to read the tape and produce the formatted.


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Includes many offbeat brochures, books and pamphlets related to the experience and culture of type. Ina "Magnetic Tape Selectric Composer" appeared, and ina "Magnetic Card Selectric Composer." The "Electronic Composer" (with c. characters internal memory and similar to the later Magnetic Card model but without external storage) was marketed from The tape cassttes could hold 25 kilobytes of data.

A version with two tapes could provide mail-merge. Another version of the MT/ST could emulate an IBM terminal. There was a tape reader that could connect to an IBM mainframe, so the Selectric could be used as a data entry terminal. The Magnetic Card Selectric Typewriter (MC/ST) in Ina "Magnetic Tape Selectric Composer" appeared, and ina "Magnetic Card Selectric Composer." The "Electronic Composer" (with approximately characters of internal memory, similar to the later Magnetic Card model but without external storage) was marketed from IBM also made the MTSC, the Magnetic Tape Selectric Composer, for small typesetting jobs.

It had proportional spacing, and would handle justification, though required user interaction to do so. It was the first machine I ever used to set type for a publication.

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IBM's first product was the Selectric Composer, a typewriter with memory. That was followed by the Magnetic Tape Selectric Composer and the Magnetic Tape Selectric Typewriter in Author: Amanda Bronstad. corrected as easy as The IBM Correctable Film Ribbon and IBM Lift. off Tape system allows you to lift incor rectly typed characters clean off the page.

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