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Number lock is used to toggle the ten-key numeric keys on the keyboard from number-only mode to command mode. The default mode is for the keys to behave as commands (Home, End, Delete, etc.) and selecting the number lock toggles them to number-only mode.
The side and top keys are designed to work as shortcut keys for various Microsoft applications such as Windows, Word, Internet Explorer, ...etc.
In Microsoft Internet Explorer and various other web browsers the F11 key is a toggle key that allows you to switch between normal mode and fullscreen mode. In fullscreen you can view more of the webpage because you don't have any toolbars cluttering up the screen. On the other hand it can be a nusiance because you don't have any toolbars cluttering up the screen. I looked on the Logitech site but it doesn't look like they make the user documentation available online for their products. If you called their product support line they would likely send you the document you require for your keyboard.
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let me whether u r not able to drag it from a folder to another or drag it to a start up or quick launch .
1. if you want to drag to startup grpoup or quick launch then go to :-
a. Right click on the task bar goto properties , select it
b.select start menu tab select customize
c. Again select advance tab and check the option Enable dragging and dropping. pls find it. it is in the second line .
All the buttons are programable and easily accessed through the mouse icon in the startup menue. Click Statup, Click the mouse program icon, a window appears with each of the mouse buttons listed with drop down menues. Click the drop down menue of the button of interest, select one of about 20 choices (in my case "disabled"), click Apply, click Save.
From the question I can assume that you are using a laptop computer. The reason that his happens is because you have hit Num Lock thus enabling the numerical terms in place of your alphabetic ones. The reason that they overlap the keys is that laptops are compact and cannot hold their own number pad, so they simply make it a toggle on/off thing for people who like using the pad version rather than the lengthwise one above the normal letter keys. Hope this helps!