Question about Classic Electronics Computers & Internet
Are you using a lap top? If so ... the is a probability you have the num lock on which turns certain keys into numbers (they have little blue numbers on the keys) so you can use the "key pad" in the middle of your keyboard. Press the Fn (probably blue too) and num to turn this off.
If you are on a desk top ... you are going to have to look in the help section of your software for an answer to this problem'
Sorry, I tried :-)
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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