My buddy accidentally programmed his Logitech Y-RC14 keyboard. The U key does CTRL+TAB, other keys do other weird things. It isn't batteries, we also restarted the PC, pulled the batteries while the PC was off etc. Any thoughts, or a link to a manual would be greatly appreciated. - Joel
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Unfortunately you'll need to replace the keyboard, unless you know electronics and how to fix it. There are contacts inside the keyboard that connect the keys to the computer. It's likely these were damaged for some of the keys.
I did the same thing to a keyboard myself and had the same problem. When I opened the keyboard up, there were fried contacts. There is a way to fix this, but it requires special conductive paint of course opening the keyboard.
Using keys on the lower right of the keyboard, reverse the process. For instance, if you accidentally pressed CTRL + ALT + HOME to turn orientation upside down, press CTRL + ALT + END to turn it right-side up. Likewise, if you pressed CTRL + ALT + PG UP, press its opposite, CTRL + ALT + PG DN.
seems to be that you may have accidentally swept some dirt underneath the keys.
try pressing each key individually in word and narrow down the affected key or keys, then remove the affected keys (using a keyboard key removal tool, or very carefully by hand) and clean underneath the key with a small dry clean brush both under the key and the board section it lay in, then replace the key and type the key again, if that has no luck then try the process again.