If I press ctrl then space the keyboard doesn't recognize the combination. I've had this keyboard for about 5months now and never came across this problem, recently noticed it today as ctrl is crouch in most games and space is jump, so if I am to crouch I can't jump. I tried setting crouch to shift and jumping with that works fine, so I think the problem is something to do with the keyboard not recognizing a ctrl + space combination. I don't have any other programs I know of that I can test the combo on other than my games, but I'm sure its the keyboard.
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looking down on the keyboard the ctrl key is ALWAYS lowest row of keys, farthest to the left. It may have something else written on it but it is there.
A second ctrl key is 3rd from the right side of the space bar.
If you mean, " How do you copy & paste?" then here is what you do:
Use your mouse to highlight the text you would like to copy. Right click on the highlighted text and select copy. Go to wherever you will like to paste the copied text and right click on the empty space, also known as the text field, and select "paste"
Using the shift button plus the arrow keys you can highlight the text you want. Press the Ctrl button plus the C button to copy (Ctrl + C). Go to the text field where you want to paste and press the Ctrl button and the P button to paste (Ctrl + P).
Browse to the memory stick drive through "Computer" on the Start Men, highlight the files you wish to copy by pressing and holding the left mouse button and drawing a box around the files. Alternatively, you can press and hold the CTRL button on your keyboard and click on each individual file. Once you have finished selecting the files you wish to copy, right click on a selected file and click on copy. Again, alternatively, press CTRL+C on your keyboard.
Next, browse to where you wish to copy these files to on your PC and the right click in an open space and select "Paste" or you can just press CTRL+v on your keyboard
1. If you right click on the desktop and look at graphics properties, or
something similar to that, then you should get a menu for your display
adapter control panel. Usually the screen rotation is right there.
Sometimes it's as easy as a CTRL + arrow key combination, but I'd
rather see you adjust it from a menu.
2. Ctrl-Alt-Up - right side up Ctrl-Alt-Right - 90 degrees Ctrl-Alt-Down - 180 degrees Ctrl-Alt-Left - 270 degrees (If that doesn’t work, try Ctrl-Shift-R)
3. If you have the intel video chipset, I believe pressing CTRL+ALT+ one of the arrow keys should fix your problem.
I think it was ctrl+alt+right, but if that doesn't work, try the other three arrow keys.
However, if that doesn't work (especially if you do not have intel
video), then right click on your desktop, go to properties, and go to
the advanced tab. There you should find some setting that will allow
you to reverse the rotation.