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Http:// After looking around a little bit more, I found a solution. Check out this article. It gives you step by step instructions on how to alleviate the problem. Your keyboard will work like an old standard typewriter. The caps lock is disabled and you have to push Shift to get a Capital letter. famw :)))

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  • FAMW May 18, 2008

    You are very welcome. Now I have a problem with the mouse that came with the keyboard. Go figure. LOL Fred :)))


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Good job..Thanks for the info!

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