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On my new hp wireless keyboard there are buttons on the left side that have a question mark, a magnifying glass, a envelope, a world etc. I had these keys set up at one time but they seem to have lost there momory as to where to go when I push them. How do you set up those buttons to do a function? I have forgotten!! Thanks.

Brenda

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  • Anonymous Jun 29, 2008

    i have a similar problem. I never got a software cd, and i have various buttons along the top edge of my pc i cant use, similar to Brenda

  • smokeepntz Nov 02, 2008

    The buttons located at far left of keyboard with symbols/icons on them like a magnifying glass or envelope or question mark etc worked perfectly fine up unitl yesterday. Now they won't work or activate at all !!

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Hi,
you should have got a keyboard/mouse software cd. try installing the software and you should be able to set up those buttons through the software. If you dont have the s/w, you could go to http://hp.com and try downloading it from the website.

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