Somehow, I have turned on Scroll Lock (in Excel) with either the LX 710 wireless keyboard or its mouse. The only way I can turn it off is by plugging in another keyboard that actually has a Scroll Lock key. I'm looking for two things: 1) How the heck do I keep turning it on in the first place, and 2) How do I turn it off?
On the Logitech LX710 Lazer the Scroll Lock option is toggled by holding down the "Function" key and pressing the "Pause/Break" key. If you look at the P/B key you will see a little orange symbol of an arrow pointing down to remind you of this feature. This can be disabled in the Setpoint panel by selecting Keyboard and Keyboard Inactive Keys then place a check in Disable Scroll Lock so you may have to remove a check mark first.
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Locate the "Scroll" button at the top-left of the keyboard. It is under the volume panel and between the "F12" and "Pause" keys.
Press the "Scroll" button.
Test it by opening a spreadsheet and using the arrow keys to
move around on it. You can open your Microsoft Excel program or create a
spreadsheet online by using Google Docs (free online productivity
software). The "Scroll Lock" function will keep the current cell
selected while the screen moves.
Initially, have you checked/pressed on the "Scroll Lock" key (between Print Screen & Pause). To my knowledge, on most keyboards, the three common indicator lights are: Num Lock, Caps Lock and Scroll Lock.
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1. Click on Start and click on "Run" 2. Type osk and click OK. 3. You will see the On Screen Keyboard (OSK) 4.
If the "nlk" button is white, it will be a visible key on your
keyboard. Blue is when the key is not visible and the dark blue with
the red border when the NumLock is ON. 5. Please make sure the "nlk" button is blue. 6. You will also the display on your monitor when the slk button is clicked or changed on the OSK.