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when keys have 2 options on them you either hold down the shift button to change keys or the FN blue button to use the blue symbols ( to sum up,hold FN in and press a blue symbol,hold shift in and press a key with 2 options on it ) FN button is usualy bottom left of keyboard
The Fn key is a key found usually on the keyboards of portable computers (laptops, netbooks etc) and sometimes on desktop type keyboards.
It is a key usually marked with a blue coloured "Fn" and is located somewhere on the bottom left row of keys.
The Fn key is used in combination with other keys that have (usually) blue letters or icons on them to activate the special functions (Fn) on these keys.
For example, on the laptop I'm writing this on; If I press F5 the computer would perform the action my software has normally assigned to F5. If however I press the Fn button and F5, the computers internal function for decreasing screen brightness is invoked.
Different computer makes have different assignment to their keyboard Fn so you can't generally say press Fn+F5 to decrease screen brightness, it might be assigned to something else, volume or sleep-mode or even nothing. The "blue" text or icon will give an indication of what it will do.
There is a Button on your keyboard that has blue lettering that is stated "Fn" without quotes. HOLD this button down, and then press the buttons on the RIGHT SIDE of the keyboard UP TOP where there are pictures of speakers with arrows going UP and DOWN. this will help in lowering and raising the volume. So HOLD DOWN the Fn Key and then PRESS the VOLUME key you Want.
Sounds like you have number lock on. To turn this off you'll need to hold the function (Fn) button and press number lock. I'm not sure which is the numlock button on your model but it looks like on other models it's F11. Make sure you hold the Fn button down until you've pressed Numlock though or it won't work.
Sounds like your number lock is on. Find the key with blue lettering that says 'Num Lk' (or something very similar). Press Fn and that key, and your number lock will be turned off and your keys will go back to normal.