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Press and the text you type will over write what ever you have on the screen. This is typically used in most applications to "type over" existing text without moving the other letters/numbers/characters around.
This is my example of how the insert key works. hit the insert key and position your cursor at the "w" in works. Now type WOW!!. You should now have: This is my example of how the insert key WOW!!.
Clever these programmers. :)
Keep in mind it depends on the application you are running also. Have fun!
Likely to be crud under the keypads - particularly if the letter-combinations are always the same: I had the same problem on my notebook, and fixed it by using a pin to 'plough' the gaps between keypads for hairs. Blowing / vacuuming might also help.
Windows has support for many input-languages, e.g., for keyboards made in France with accented characters,
and for the DVORAK keyboard layout (which is a complete
rearrangement of the letters on the keyboard for maximum
Go into "Control Panel", and "Regional and Language" and click the "Language" tab, and switch to the "USA Keyboard".