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I am looking for a manual for the keyboard. I've been having problems with the "repeat key" and with the multi-function keys. So I would like to know how to set and change those.

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Try looking online from the manufacture's website for the driver of the keyboard because then you might be able to set those keys for what you want them forI use to own a keyboard that had short cut keys on the top and i wasnt able to use them unless I downloaded the driver, once done i was able customize them in the way i wanted. Hope this is helps

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