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    PowerNet Twin Client ™ Version 8.7.1 User’s Guide[...]

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    Disc laimer Honeywell International Inc. (“HII”) reserves the ri ght to make changes in specific[...]

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    iii Table of Contents Chapter 1 - Introduction Overview .................................... .......[...]

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    iv 38-Key Keyboards ..................... ..........................................................[...]

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    1 - 1 1 Intr oduction Overview PowerNet Twin Client is a software package that pr ovides VT100, VT22[...]

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    1 - 2 Dolphin T erminal Control Sequence W arm (Safe) Boot Sequences T erminal & Ke ypad Ke y Se[...]

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    2 - 1 2 Character Sets ISO 8859-1 Character Set Description Char Dec Hex non-breaking space 160 A0 i[...]

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    2 - 2 masculine ordinal º 186 BA right angle quote, guillemot right » 187 BB fraction one-fourth ?[...]

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    2 - 3 capital O, dieresis or umlaut mark Ö 214 D6 multiply sign × 215 D7 capital O, slash Ø 216 D[...]

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    2 - 4 small N, tilde ñ 241 F1 small O, grave accent ò 242 F2 small O, acute accent ó 243 F3 small[...]

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    2 - 5 ASCII Character Sets Decimal and Hexadecimal V alues D e cH e x D e cH e x D e cH e x D e cH e[...]

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    2 - 6 ASCII Character Set S U B 2 6 1 A: 5 8 3 AZ 9 0 5 Az 1 2 2 7 A ESC 27 1B ; 59 3B [ 91 5B { 123[...]

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    2 - 7 DC2 022 2 062 R 122 r 162 DC3 023 3 063 S 123 s 163 DC4 024 4 064 T 124 t 164 NAK 025 5 065 U [...]

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    2 - 8 Double Byte Character Sets (DBCS) A Double Byte Character Set is one where each charac ter occ[...]

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    3 - 1 3 Dolphin 7600 T erminal Overview This chapter describes the default PowerNet key assi gnments[...]

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    3 - 2 T able Indicator s In the table, keys are indicated in the following ways: • Pressing BLUE o[...]

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    3 - 3 s [A U]<7><7><7><7> [A U]<7><7><7><7> [A U]<[...]

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    3 - 4 Q [AS]<7><7> [AS]<7><7> [AS]<7><7> R [AS]<7><7>[...]

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    3 - 5 F5 [R]<5> [R]<5> [R]<5> F6 [R]<6> [R]<6> [R]<6> F7 [R]<[...]

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    3 - 6 % percent [NS]<5> [NS]<5> [NS]<5> ^ carat [NS]<6> [NS]<6> [NS]&l[...]

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    3 - 7 Delete char [R]<esc> --- --- EOF --- [RB]<5> --- Esc <Esc> <Esc> <E[...]

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    3 - 8 Dolphin 7600 T erminal 38-Key Ke yboards Keyboard combinations and operation fo r TE for both [...]

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    3 - 9 Ke y Combinations T able fo r the 38-Ke y Keyboar ds Ke y VT 3270 5250 a [A U]<a> [A U]&[...]

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    3 - 10 y [A U]<y> [A U]<y> [A U]<y> z [A U]<z> [A U]<z> [A U]<z>[...]

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    3 - 11 W [AS]<W> [AS]<W> [AS]<W> X [ASN]<W> [ASN]<W> [ASN]<W> Y [...]

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    3 - 12 F11 [B]<A> [B]<A> [B]<A> F12 [B]<F> [B]<F> [B]<F> F13 [B][...]

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    3 - 13 , comma [N]<S> [N]<S> [N]<S> . period [N]<Q> [N]<Q> [N]<Q>[...]

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    3 - 14 Pa 2 --- [RB]<tab> --- Pa 3 --- [RB] <down arrow> --- Pag e u p [R]<up arrow&g[...]

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    4 - 1 4 Dolphin 7850 T erminal Overview This chapter describes the default PowerNet key assi gnments[...]

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    4 - 2 Dolphin 7850 T erminal 24-key K eyboar ds Switching Alpha and Numeric Modes • The keyboard d[...]

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    4 - 3 T able Indicator s • AMUC = alpha mode upper case • AMLC = alpha mode lower case Ke y Comb[...]

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    4 - 4 v (AMLC)<Red><2><2><2> (AMLC)<Red><2><2><2> (A[...]

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    4 - 5 S (AMLC)<Red> <1><1><1><1> (AMLC)<Red> <1><1>&[...]

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    4 - 6 F6 <Red><6> <Red><6> <Red><6> F7 <Red><7> <[...]

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    4 - 7 Red <Red> <Red> <Red> Shift <Shift> <Shift> <Shift> Ta b &[...]

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    4 - 8 Bktab <Blue><T ab> <Blue><T ab> <Blue><T ab> Caps lock <[...]

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    4 - 9 Sysreq --- <Blue><Red><6> <Blue><Red><6> View up <Blue&[...]

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    4 - 10 Dolphin 7850 T erminal 36-key K eyboar ds Switching Alpha and Numeric Modes • The default m[...]

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    4 - 11 Ke y Combinations T able fo r the 36-Ke y Keyboar ds Ke y VT 3270 5250 a <Alph><7>[...]

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    4 - 12 y <Alph><F5> <Alph><F5> <Alph><F5> z <Alph><F6&g[...]

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    4 - 13 W <Shift><Alph><F3> <Shift><Alph><F3> <Shift><Al[...]

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    4 - 14 F11 <Blue><1> <Blue><1> <Blue><1> F12 <Blue><2&g[...]

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    4 - 15 - dash <-> <-> <-> + addition sign <+> <+> <+> / forwar d[...]

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    4 - 16 Ins --- <Blue><Red><+> <Blue><Red><+> Pa 1 --- <Red>[...]

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    5 - 1 5 Dolphin 7900 T erminal Overview This chapter describes the default PowerNet key assignments [...]

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    5 - 2 25 -Key Keyb oa rds Switching Alpha and Numeric Modes • In alpha mode, upper case is default[...]

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    5 - 3 Ke y Combinations for the 25-K ey K eyboar ds Ke y VT 3270 5250 a <AMLC><2> <AM[...]

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    5 - 4 y <AMLC><9><9><9> <AMLC><9><9><9> <AMLC>[...]

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    5 - 5 W <AMUC><9> <AMUC><9> <AMUC><9> X <AMUC><9><[...]

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    5 - 6 F11 <Blue><1> <Blue><1> <Blue><1> F12 <Blue><2>[...]

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    5 - 7 up arro w <up arrow> <up arrow> <up arrow> right arro w <right arrow >[...]

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    5 - 8 Eof --- <Blue><Ok> --- Erinp --- <Blue><Red><Ok> <Blue><[...]

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    5 - 9 Sys req --- <Blue><Red><6> --- Ta b <T ab> <T ab> <T ab> V[...]

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    5 - 10 38 -Key Keyb oa rds Switching Alpha and Numeric Modes • To toggle between alpha and numer i[...]

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    5 - 11 Ke y Combinations for the 38-K ey K eyboar ds Ke y VT 3270 5250 a <AMLC><A> <A[...]

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    5 - 12 y <AMLC><YZ> <AMLC><YZ> <AMLC><YZ> z <AMLC><YZ&g[...]

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    5 - 13 W <AMUC><WX> <AMUC><WX> <AMUC><WX> X <AMUC><WX&g[...]

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    5 - 14 F11 <Blue><A> <Blue><A> <Blue><A> F12 <Blue><B&g[...]

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    5 - 15 # pound <Alt><C> <Alt><C> <Alt><C> $ dollar <Alt>&l[...]

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    5 - 16 Home --- <Blue><Red><M> <Blue><Red><M> Insert <Blue>[...]

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    5 - 17 View right <Blue><Red> <right arrow> <Blue><Red> <right arro[...]

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    5 - 18[...]

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    6 - 1 6 Dolphin 9500 T erminal Overview This chapter describes the default key combinations in Twin [...]

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    6 - 2 35 -Key Keyb oa rds ABC DEF GHI JKL TUV PQRS MNO WXYZ & ! BKT AB F1-F10 F1 1-F20 ) ` ( ?[...]

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    6 - 3 Ke y Combinations for the 35-K ey Ke yboard Note: Red+Blue=White Ke y VT 3270 5250 a <Alpha[...]

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    6 - 4 x <Alpha><9><9> <Alpha><9><9> <Alpha><9><9&[...]

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    6 - 5 U <Sft><Alpha><8><8> <Sft><Alpha><8><8> <Sf[...]

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    6 - 6 { left brace <Red><F3> <Red><F3> <Red><F3> } right brace &[...]

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    6 - 7 9 <9> <9> <9> 0 <0> <0> <0> F1 <Red><1> <Re[...]

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    6 - 8 F22 --- <Red><Blue><2> <Red><Blue><2> F23 --- <Red>&[...]

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    6 - 9 Up <up arrow> <up arrow> <up arrow> Down <do wn arrow> <down arro w[...]

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    6 - 10 43 -Key Keyb oa rds , 7 8 0 CTRL CTRL AL T AL T 1 4 2 5 3 6 9 END V O L - SEND POWER G P ~ { [...]

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    6 - 11 Ke y Combinations for the 43-K ey K eyboar d KEY VT 3270 5250 a <a> <a> <a>[...]

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    6 - 12 y <y> <y> <y> z <z> <z> <z> A <Sft><a> <Sf[...]

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    6 - 13 W <Sft><w> <Sft><w> <Sft><w> X <Sft><x> <S[...]

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    6 - 14 ! exc lamation <Blue><z> <Red><Blue><x> <Red><Blue>[...]

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    6 - 15 F3 <Red><c> <Red><c> <Red><c> F4 <Red><e> <[...]

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    6 - 16 Num <Num> <Num> <Num> Alt <Alt> <Alt> <Alt> Red <Red&g[...]

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    6 - 17 ErEOF --- <Red><Blue><r> <Red><Blue><r> Erinp --- <Red[...]

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    6 - 18 Vo l - <Blue><down arrow> <Blue><down arro w> <Blue><down ar[...]

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    6 - 19 56 -Key Keyb oa rds F1-F10 F1 1-F20 B B KT AB ‘ “ / < * ? + ( ) ` & ! ~ { } : [ [...]

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    6 - 20 Ke y Combinations for the 56-K ey K eyboar d Note: Red+Blue=White KEY VT 3270 5250 a <a>[...]

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    6 - 21 x <x> <x> <x> y <y> <y> <y> z <z> <z> <z&g[...]

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    6 - 22 U <Sft><u> <Sft><u> <Sft><u> V <Sft><v> <S[...]

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    6 - 23 { left brace <Blue><l> <Blue><l> <Blue><l> } right brace [...]

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    6 - 24 9 <9> <9> <9> 0 <0> <0> <0> F1 <Red><1> <R[...]

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    6 - 25 F22 --- <Red><Blue><2> <Red><Blue><2> F23 --- <Red>[...]

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    6 - 26 Contrast+ <Red><T ab> <Red><T ab> <Red><T ab> Contrast- &[...]

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    6 - 27[...]

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    6 - 28[...]

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    7 - 1 7 Dolphin 9900 T erminal Overview This chapter describes the default key combinations in Twin [...]

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    7 - 2 35 -Key Keyb oa rds 3270 VTERM 5250 VOL PG SCAN EN T 12 3 4 5 6 7 89 0 F1 F2 F3 F4 AL PH A SP [...]

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    7 - 3 Ke y Combinations for the 35-K ey Ke yboards Ke y VT 3270 5250 a <Alpha><2> <Al[...]

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    7 - 4 y <Alpha><9><9><9> <Alpha><9><9><9> <Alpha&[...]

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    7 - 5 W <Sft><Alpha><9> <Sft><Alpha><9> <Sft><Alpha>[...]

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    7 - 6 ) right parenthesis <Sft><BKSP> <Sft><BKSP> <Sft><BKSP> @ [...]

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    7 - 7 F3 <Red><3> <Red><3> <Red><3> F4 <Red><4> <[...]

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    7 - 8 Alpha <Alpha> <Alpha> <Alpha> Alt <Alt> <Alt> <Alt> Red &l[...]

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    7 - 9 Clear --- <Blue><Esc> <Blue><Esc> Contrast+ <Red><T ab> &l[...]

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    7 - 10 43 -Key Keyb oa rds &75/ 6&$1 6)7 (6& 7$% (1 7 $% & ' () * , - . / 012 3[...]

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    7 - 11 Ke y Combinations for the 43-K ey K eyboar ds KEY VT 3270 5250 a <a> <a> <a>[...]

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    7 - 12 y <y> <y> <y> z <z> <z> <z> A <Sft><a> <Sf[...]

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    7 - 13 W <Sft><w> <Sft><w> <Sft><w> X <Sft><x> <S[...]

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    7 - 14 ! exc lamation <Red><Blue><x> <Red><Blue><x> <Red>&[...]

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    7 - 15 F3 <Red><c> <Red><c> <Red><c> F4 <Red><e> <[...]

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    7 - 16 Num <Num> <Num> <Num> Alt <Alt> <Alt> <Alt> Red <Red&g[...]

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    7 - 17 Field exit --- --- <Red><Blue><Ent> Field- --- --- <Red><Blue>&[...]

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    7 - 18 56 -Key Keyb oa rds 6&$1 6)7 (6& 7$% (1 7 &75/ 63 %.63 '(/ ,16   ?[...]

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    7 - 19 Ke y Combinations for the 56-K ey K eyboar ds Note: Red+Blue=White KEY VT 3270 5250 a <a&g[...]

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    7 - 20 x <x> <x> <x> y <y> <y> <y> z <z> <z> <z&g[...]

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    7 - 21 U <Sft><u> <Sft><u> <Sft><u> V <Sft><v> <S[...]

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    7 - 22 { left brace <Blue><l> <Blue><l> <Blue><l> } right brace [...]

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    7 - 23 9 <9> <9> <9> 0 <0> <0> <0> F1 <Red><1> <R[...]

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    7 - 24 F22 --- <Red><Blue><2> <Red><Blue><2> F23 --- <Red>[...]

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    7 - 25 Dup --- <Red><Blue><l> --- EOF --- <Blue><Ent> --- Erinp --- &l[...]

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    7 - 26[...]

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    8 - 1 8 Image Kiosk 8560/8570 Overview This chapter describes the default PowerNet key a ssignments [...]

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    8 - 2 3270 Ke ys 5250 Ke ys[...]

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    8 - 3 Lower case Character Standard K eyboar d Mode Upper case Character Standar d Ke yboard Mode[...]

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    8 - 4 Ke yboard Combinations Ke y VT 3270 5250 a <a> <a> <a> b <b> <b>[...]

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    8 - 5 y <y> <y> <y> z <z> <z> <z> 1 <1> <1> <1>[...]

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    8 - 6 ; semicolon <;> <;> <;> ' apostrophe <'> <'> <[...]

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    8 - 7 L <Shift><l> <Shift><l> <Shift><l> M <Shift><m>[...]

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    8 - 8 ) right parenthesis <Shift><0> <Shift><0> <Shift><0> < [...]

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    8 - 9 F9 <F9> <F9> <F9> F10 <F10> <F10> <F10> F11 <F11> &l[...]

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    8 - 10 Field exit --- --- <Field exit> Field + --- --- <Field +> Field - --- --- <Fie[...]

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    8 - 11 Lower case International Symbol Ke yboard Mode Upper case International Symbol Ke yboard Mode[...]

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    8 - 12 International Ke y Combinations[...]

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    9 - 1 9 Customer Suppor t T echnical Assistance If you need assistance installing or troubleshooting[...]

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