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Keyboard I have a Dell keyborad from a previous Dell computer that I use with another brand of laptop - the up and down keys give me dots rather than moving the cursor up and down in Word. Any clues how and where to adjust teh settings so it works right please.

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I had the same problem and had to replace the keyboard

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PLzz folow this step to unlock your keyboard

Step 1 Check to be sure your "Number Lock" or "Function Lock" keys aren't lit. These can lock out certain parts of your keyboard. If either of these is lit, press them to unlock the locked portion of your keyboard. These can be found at the top right on a laptop and between the number pad and main keys on a desktop keyboard.
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