Question about Dell 0Y3740 Keyboard
Press the other Shift button, OR press the ALT GR button which is the button on right from the long space bar.
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Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
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First, I would clear the memory. Press [SHIFT]  (CLR) (Setup) [=] (YES). Then press [SHIFT] [MODE]  to switch to the LineIO mode. Put the calculator in Norm2 mode. I just like the way it display these kind of numbers in Norm2 mode. Press [Shift][Mode]   for Norm2. Next check make sure FIX mode is greater than at least 5. I usually select FIX 9 but, 5 seems to be good for must non-essential calculations. Next, press  [.]  [*10^] [(-)]  [=]. You can use the [SHIFT] [LOG] for the 10^ and, I usually do instead of [*10^] key.
Next, when dealing with numbers like these, I always use brackets. Such as press [ ( ]  [.]  [*10^] [(-)]  [ ) ] [=]. This is because, if you divide or do some other math operation you want to keep this number as a whole complete number. The calculator tends to break numbers like these up and, you do not want that to happen. It's a good habit to get into. Post a comment on any questions you may have and, I'll respond quickly.
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