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you clik FN and that button at the same time.

Posted on Oct 04, 2012

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How do I use the blue coloured symbols below my number keys?


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

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On the Reczone Password Safe model 595 I am not able to type the symbols associated with the number keys even when I use the "shift" key. How do I type the symbols?


Have you tried the orange button?

I mean the same way as the shift key function? Because, they are built the same with qwety keyboard. The hint is the orange printed symbols. Same as blue printed "Fn" button on PCs.

I haven't used it but it worth a try.

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What is the blue button for on my acer travelmate 3230


The blue button (on nearly all notebook computers) is a "Function" shift key. Since space is a concern on portable computers, it is appealing to have each key on the keyboard do "double duty" We are familiar with this, using the SHIFT key, to capitalize and to select the symbols above the numbers on the top of the keyboard (ex. SHIFT/8 is an *)
Similarly, there are blue images on some of the keys that can be accessed by pressing the Blue FUNCTION key along with that key (just like you would use a SHIFT key to select a capital letter). Sometimes, these icons can be a bit cryptic, so consult your manual or Google "Travelmate 3230 keyboard".

Hope this helps.

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How do I acces the blue symbols on the keys


you clik FN and that button at the same time.

May 28, 2012 | Compaq Keyboard

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How do i get all three symbols on a key to work on my toshiba satellite L750 to work?


blue symbol use after fn key of specify key
use shift key take one symbol
use normal key take normal symbol
use fn special key to take third symbol

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I dont know how to access all of the symbols that are on a key e.g. one key has a question mark, a slash and two other symbols, one is blue and the other is green


You use teh shift key and the [FN] key to access these extra sets of characters. If it is basically a circle around a symbol then press and Hold the [FN] key while pressing the key you want. If it is the ?,,{,},:," or any of the symbols on the upper part of the number keys at the top of the keyboard just press and hold the shift key while pressing the key.

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How do I choose symbols such as @ from the keys that have several symbols?


Hold down the blue "fn" button when you press the key, it will give you the alternate character.

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How to turn off blue keys for an Compaq mini cq10??


Hi,

if you are refering to the blue letters or alphabets which are present on the keyboard. HP designs keyboard with a billingual layout in some Notebook models.

The HP "Blue" keys are indeed the "French" input keys or other language keys.

How to use the Blue Symbols or keys on a HP Notebook:

We can activate them by pressing Ctrl+fn+right Shift.To deactivate, press Ctrl+fn+right Shift twice, i.e. Ctrl+fn+right Shift then let go off Shift while still holding Ctrl and fn, then press Shift again.

When you press Ctrl+Fn+Right Shift it will switch to the the billigual layout. That means the blue characters become prioritie.

For example, if you are in the billingual layout, when you press shift+6 you will get a '?' but not the '^' sign.

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Instead of getting the @ symbol when I press shift +2 i get "


you need to hold down ctrl and function on the left side of your keyboard, and then hit the shift key on the right side of your keyboard. Then let go of right shift while still holding down the control and function keys, and then hit right shift again.

these blue keys are french keys. if you change your keyboard settings to english US or UK, it will get rid of the blue functions, but for some reason, they tend to turn themslves back on again after time. Most likely due to automatic updates followed by an auto restart. Also, I find that the issue only arises if I am in my hotmail account.....no issue in Word docs.

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