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Ricoh RP1600 / RP1300 Flowriter User Guide

User Guide for the Ricoh RP 1600 and RP 1300 Flowriter.

The FLOWRITER is a very versatile microprocessor controlled printer. It is designed to accept both Qume and Diablo standard and enhanced word processing commands, including graphics and proportional printing commands. This enables it to operate with' most popular software packages. Its intelligence transforms simple software into extremely powerful packages. In addition,
the Flowriter offers it's own set of commands which are designed to rriake the printing operation an independent process from the host computer.

This manual describes the capabilities of the FLOWRITER and how to program it, the interfaces available and the operation of the external and internal switches.

An operator's manual is also supplied with the printer. This explains how to operate the printer controls and how to perform ribbon and print wheel changes.


Reference Number : UG107

Date Published : August 1984

Manufacturer : Ricoh

Platform : Flowriter

Format : A4 Document

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH57461. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

Ricoh RP1600 / RP1300 Flowriter User Guide

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