Re: My daughters MacBook "DELETE" key does not work. Any...
I had been Trying to Delete Stuff But U can press Alt option And Backspace if u wanna delete stuff if u hld it to long You will erase everythin you wrote thats How I gotta do now that mines is broken :P
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The NumLk key has been pressed and locks these keys to type numbers instead of letters. The NumLk key is usually located above the F10, F11 function keys and there is a LED that lights up when the NumLk is selected and a LED light also lights up when the Caps lock key is pressed.
Make sure to run all available software updates as there's probably a firmware update for your keyboard you need to download.
If there isn't or the problem persists afterwards, you'll need to go into Apple Menu > System Preferences > Keyboard and Mouse > Keyboard and uncheck 'Use all F1, F2 etc. keys as standard function keys.'
Ichand1958 is right, if its broken the no matter what you do it will not go on, but if he thinks installing a key is difficult, how you think the average user will be able to take apart the entire laptop to install a keyboard?? I think you should first try just fixing the key, often the new key will just snap right on. Have a look at http://www.individualkeys.com/ACER_KEYS/ and if that does not help, THEN take the laptop to a shop and have them install the ENTIRE keyboard.
The problem is that you have WordPerfect settings on. Go to Tools > Options Click the General tab You need to uncheck the two items listed below: -Help for WordPerfect users -Navigation keys for WordPerfect users