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Over type How do I turn off overtype using one of these keyboards? I know to turn on or off the insert button, but on this keyboard how do I do that? Please hellllp, thank you

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  • nic871 Apr 09, 2009

    Duh.. this specific keyboard has the INS button on a secondary function button.

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Find the F-Lock button and hit that. It will toggle you between the primary and secondary functions of your F keys.

So basically, hit the F-Lock button, then the INS button.

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Just press insert or INS on the keyboard

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