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Numbers locked in on Dell Laptop

When I type a letter which corresponds to a Function key number, the number is typed unless I press the function key. How do I unlock this function? It seems to be working backwards.
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Look for the Num Lock key written in blue, press the FN key and press it. It will turn off the number keypad.

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