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Logitech Access Keyboard problem

The information on the screen is displaying horizontally instead of vertical. We are not sure what key on our keyboard was press accidentally? Please help!

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Typeing with the Logit. keyboard shows no letters on my Gateway screen. Changed batteries. Arrow works appropriately, but no letters seenon the Gateway scree.

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