Not sure what the question is.. but if you were looking for a replacement, I have had luck with several laptop keyboards on ebay, all under $30 apiece. Just do a search for your specific model, and find the best deal.
As far as how to install, well, that's a bit more involved. My advice is to have a few small containers to hold the screws. You may only need to remove the front plate that sits in front of the keyboard. There are usually screws holding in the keyboard underneath it. Usually, you just need to carefully pry it up enough to pop it off.
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The blue button (on nearly all notebook computers) is a "Function" shift key. Since space is a concern on portable computers, it is appealing to have each key on the keyboard do "double duty" We are familiar with this, using the SHIFT key, to capitalize and to select the symbols above the numbers on the top of the keyboard (ex. SHIFT/8 is an *)
Similarly, there are blue images on some of the keys that can be accessed by pressing the Blue FUNCTION key along with that key (just like you would use a SHIFT key to select a capital letter). Sometimes, these icons can be a bit cryptic, so consult your manual or Google "Travelmate 3230 keyboard".
Keyboard needs to be replaced. - Go to Acer.com they should have instructions on how to replace the keyboard. Then google this "Keyboard acer travelmate 2420" this should give you some prices for the keyboard. Should be around $24.00
what you need to do is go around the pc repair shops with your laptop and ask them if they have any spare parts for the keyboard, this could be a tedious job though and take a while to track any spares. you may end up replacing the whole keyboard, which may work out cheaper in the end