Question about Computers & Internet
I would appreciate getting advice as to how I can use the Insert feature. My Logitech keyboard has Insert and a line under it and Print Screen below the line. I have tried using it with the Shift, Alt as wel as control button alternately besides just Insert by itself but have had no luck.
If someone could write back and instruct me about the Insert feature I would appreciate your help.
I have the Microsoft Comfort Keyboard and it has a "F lock" key. This key has to be set on "Off" to let it know that I want to use the Print Screen function versus the Insert function on the same key. May be your keyboard is the same way.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
I found out the 'solution'. The "F-Lock" button must be pushed to access those extra 'functions' on the those three keys. However, depending on the application you are using (in my case a 3270 Emulator), that disables the Function Keys. So I render 12 keys useless to get one key back.... yuck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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