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Laptops do not have as many keys as a normal keyboard so often they include the numbers over letter keys. So, by mistake you pressed a ctrl or alt or [A] key that simply switches the keys from letters to numbers. A light or indication must be ON on your laptop indicating that it's Numbers or Letters ON.
Find the key that changes the function and restore the function to letters.
(FuNction key) A keyboard key that works like a shift key to activate the second function on a dual-purpose key, typically found on laptops to reduce keyboard size. It is different than the function keys F1, F2, etc. It is also a real nuisance when the PageUp and PageDn keys are placed on the Up and Down Arrow keys and have to be activated by pressing the Fn key.
I think it is not the Fn key but the NumLock that is activated. Look for the key labeled NumLk , this is the number lock. Also check if the light on the notbook with a number (usually number 1) is on. If it is on, yo must deactivate the numlock by pressing it again. It works in toggle mode. Sometimes the numlock is activated together with the shift key, sometimes with the function key.