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make sure that the correct driver is installed for the key board
in the control panel find key board and right click to get properties click on the compatibility tab and check the box and high light win 10 --apply and ok
mouse is most likely dead. you can switch the mouse properties so that the right key acts like the left key which requires uses of the window key on the keys board to access menu then use tab keys and then arrows keys to move to control panal the tab and use arrow keys to goto mouse and select switch primary and secondary button...but if your not into that just buy another mouse they re rather cheap
Your numlock is turned on. There is more than one way to turn it off.Find a USB keyboard, and plug it in. Then push the numlock key on the USB keyboard to turn it off.OR, if you don't have access to one of those, hold down the fn key (lower left hand corner of the keyboard) and press the key with numlock or number lock written on or near it.
I understand the pain and how difficult it is to work on a science document!!!!!!!!!!!!
By the way if you are using the office suite applications such as Word 2007 or word 2010, you can insert the symbols easily.
To insert a symbol or special character into your document, follow these steps in Word 2007:
1. Position the cursor where you would like to insert the symbol or character
2. Open the Insert ribbon
3. Click Symbol in the Symbol section
4. A menu will appear with a small selection of symbols
5. If you don't see the symbol or character you'd like to insert, click More Symbols
6. Use the controls to select between symbols and special characters. Additional tools on the symbols tab will help you expand or narrow your selection
7. When you find your symbol or special character, click it and then click Insert
8. When you're done, click Close
The symbol or special character will appear at the appropriate place in your document.
Hope this helps!!!
Well, I am helpless regarding developing a keyboard with all those scientific symbols,.LOL