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The Number key in my laptop overlap over the letter key.

How do I use the the number key? It is overlapped over the the letter key. Can you help me with this?

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Try pressing the FN key at the same time as the number key.

The FN is a modifier key and when pushed the same time as another key, it changes what the button does usually. Many of these alternate functions can be found on the F buttons along the top of the keyboard.

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