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Keyboard I am attempting to find a manual for the above keyboard. I was given this and the mouse and would like to become more knowledgable about all of the features. I was not given the manual. Thank you ruthlowe@sympatico.ca

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Hi im wesley. you can dowload manuals for your key board on the web just type in the make and model of it and free downloads and you will find it

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