Re: How do you enter an address when taking a phone...
When entering in an address for a sale, you usually only need to put in the numbers of the street address. If your system does require letters, hit the number that goes along with that letter (example: 1 would have A-C) and then hit the alpha button until the number is changed to the letter you want.
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1. In your Input method, under Settings>Locale and Text, you probably are using Samsung Keypad. - There is a 4th column on the numeric keypad. Press the [?#+] key until it displays the alphabet characters.
2. Unfortunately, at the moment, there are only two available display options - Firstname and Lastname.
You must have a different keyboard selected other than the standard US keyboard My numeral 6 has ^ on it and the numeric keypad 6 has a right arrow. One generally uses the SHIFT key to access symbols that are written above the main alpha or numeric key. The numeric keypad on side of PC has a button labeled key marked NUMLOCK that is engaged to allow use of the numerals as a calculator or to also be inserted into text.
The Numeral Lock mode is turned on by pressing the key named "NUM LOCK" which is usually located on the top of the number keypad (on far right side of keyboard).
However, laptop keyboards are different. Most laptops do not have a separate numeral keypad set. Those laptops usually use a blue (or other color-coded) "Fn" key, on the bottom left. You must press that Fn key at the same time as the "Num Lock" key of same colr. Then a light comes on to indicate the mode change, and some alpha-numeric keys on the keyboard now become your numeral keypad. On mine, it is 789, UIO (456), JKL (123) and M (which is zero).
If this is too confusing, you can plug in a cheap full size desktop keyboard, using the USB or PS2 port on your laptop. That is what I prefer, because the funky integrated dual-key deal interferes with all the touch-typing I learned 37 years ago.