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The "Blue" keys you are referring to are the embedded numeric keypad that can be activated by pressing the numlock (NumLk) key once. You will notice that the LED (second from the left with the number "1") will come on.

This changes the following keys:
NumLk On NumLk Off
1 J
2 K
3 L
4 U
5 I
6 O
7 7
8 8
9 9
0 M

Pressing the blue Fn key does not affect these keys
Good Luck and Best Regards from:
Richard, Montreal Based Panasonic Canada Authorized Toughbook Dealer sinve 1989.

Posted on Oct 16, 2016

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