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Try using the "On-Screen" keyboard in Windows - go to Accessories then Ease of Access to turn it on with the mouse.

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When you tap your touchpad it acts the same as a left-click action. accidentally skimming the touchpad when typing can be interpreted as clicking your cursor. If your cursor was over a different window than the one you were typing in, then you may have accidentally clicked out of the window where you were typing.
When typing try to place the cursor past the very end of your text and then if you accidentally bump the touchpad it won't mess up your work.
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    • Type II cards can be up to 5.5 mm thick. These cards are often used for modem and fax modem cards.
  • Type III cards can be up to 10.5 mm thick, which is sufficiently large for portable disk drives. As with the cards, PCMCIA slots also come in three sizes:
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    • A Type II slot can hold one Type II card or one Type I card
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    • Type II cards can be up to 5.5 mm thick. These cards are often used for modem and fax modem cards.
  • Type III cards can be up to 10.5 mm thick, which is sufficiently large for portable disk drives.
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  • A Type III slot can hold one Type III card or any combination of two Type I or II cards.
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    My keyboard when typing sometimes places the letters being type in a part of the message already typed instead of just continueing to type correctly


    I have this happen to me all the time when typing on a laptop keyboard; sometimes my thumb hits the mouse pad, and depending on where the cursor is at that time, I type in an area where I already typed.

    My recommendation is to either be careful when typing on a laptop keyboard, or if you're able, install an eternal keyboard (USB). That should take care of the problem, if I understand your question.

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