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How do i type on the keys without pushing the font key?

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Do you mean the function button? The button with 'Fn' on it? You have the number lock engaged. Press the 'number lock' button, and all should be good.
Let me know if this works, and please rate my answer. Good luck!

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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