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Turning off keyboard when done using

I found the switch for the mouse, however I don't see one for the keyboard. Please help. P.S. could you direct me to a site to find more detailed instructions. Tom

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The only off on the S520 keyboard is removing the battery.


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Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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