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The tab key is set in your word processing program. For example in MS Word you will see tab marks at the top of the page. You can click and drag these tabs to a different location. If you have already typed up a document, you will need to select the entire document for you changes to your tab stops to take affect thru the entire document.
Tilak, try to remove the cover above the key board and just below the lcd screen, though it will look like it cannot be removed but it can be, below that you will find few screw which hold keyboard with the rest of system n you are at ur place, now do it urself.
Go into System Preferences and select Keyboard & Mouse • Under Keyboard click on Change Keyboard Type... button • Follow the basic steps to reset your Keyboardvia the screen prompts. Once you have done that select the Keyboard Shortcuts tab. • Click the Restore Defaults button.
Now test your keyboard's return key. If this still does not resolve the Return key not functioning in the normal return key functionality, Click Show All and go to the Universal Access pane in System Preferences and under Keyboard tab, make sure the Sticky Keys radio button is turned off.
Try these steps and let me know if there is any change.
Hi there. To clean the keyboard properly buy a can of compressed air, wipe the keys with a clean, damp cloth. then get a clean, dry paintbrush and gently brush between the keys, then get the compressed air give short bursts of air to remove the debris, periodically turn the computer on and try the keys to see if any improvements are made.
YOU HAVE TO REMOVE THE KEY BUTTON AND TAKE THE KB APART AND PUSH THE BUTTON BACK UP , THE SWITCH IS STUCK AND A CAN OF COMPRESSED AIR MAY JAR LOOSE THE STUCK KEY WITHOOUT TAKEN THE KEYBOARD APART. THE SPRING IN THE KEY SWITCH MAYBE STUCK ALSO
YOU MAY HAVE TO BUY A NEW KEYBOARD.
I assume there is no second mouse on the system and you are using keyboard commands. Try the following in the device manager..
Press Control-Esc or press the Windows key on your keyboard to bring up the Start menu.
Using the up arrow key, highlight "Settings."
Right arrow key to "Control Panel" and press the enter key.
Use the arrow keys to highlight the System icon and press the Enter key.
Use the right arrow key to select the Device Manager tab. (For Windows
XP/2000 , use the right arrow key select the "Hardware" tab. Now
use the tab key, select the "Device Manager" button and press the enter
Use the "Tab" key to select the "Computer Icon" at the top of the list of device icons.
Use the down arrow key to highlight the Mouse icon.
Use the right arrow key to open the mouse icon and verify there is
a mouse icon that states, "HID-compliant mouse," and another entry that
states the name of your USB device.
If there are any errors reported on these icons by exclamation
points or red X's, highlight these icons using the arrow keys and "Tab"
to the "Remove" button and press the enter key. (For Windows XP/2000 ,
highlight these icons using the arrow keys and then press Alt-A keys.
From the "Action" menu, highlight "Uninstall" and press the enter key.)
When the "Confirm Device Removal" box appears, press the enter key.
Once these icons have been removed, use the Tab key to get to the
"Refresh" button and allow Windows to re-detect the pointing device.
(If u r using Windows XP/2000 , press the Alt-A keys. From the "Action" menu,
select "Scan for hardware changes" and press the Enter key.)
Use the arrow keys to open the Mouse icon again and verify that there are no errors reported.
Power down the computer system and restart Windows.