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I recently purchased a Logitech MK710, but I use the Divorak keyboard layout, not the traditional "QWERTY" layout. Consequently I need to physically remove many key covers and rearrange the layout. For example, the "J" key cover needs to be removed and replaced with the "H" key cover. Many keyboards from various manufacturers have the ability to "pop off" the individual key covers, rearrange the layout, and then "pop" the key covres back on. The Logitech MK710 may have this ability as well, but I do not want to damage the keyboard by experimenting. Do you know how to safely perform this function? Thank you -

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No no no
you go to keyboard possibile properties ) click on orientation, click on american or english or what ever you want , click apply and it changes the keys correctly for you
qwerty is american and what you have is probably english as they are different in layout

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Before you try steps #3 & #4 unplug USB receiver from computer, connect old kyboard then re-power your system. Once power is backup plug-in USB receiver and your mouse should be working. If you have a password-sign-in using old keyboard. Once I signed-in a logitech dialogue box opened asking me to encrypt logitech kyboard. Follow directions on screen and I was up and running in 2 minutes without having to un-load or re-load any software.

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