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I can't get into my e-mail on my desktop because I hit a wrong key and memorized it and I don't remember what the key was. I think it was a letter on my password

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    print is small I hit a key on the lower left I think and now I can't read anything



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You set up Quick Launch buttons?? If so, you can go to *Control Panel *Quick Launch buttons and there's a list of the quick launches you set up (you can change them from here, too). If not set up with Quick Launch, I would just go back to wherever it was you set up this key for email and reset it.

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