Function keys have a mind of their own.

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  1. Suhas M

    Suhas M New Member

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    I have a navtech wireless mouse and keyboard. sometimes my f keys stop funtioning normally eg.in ppt f5 brings up find and replace. this has happened many times before but it has fixed itself after sometime.
     
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    [xubz] "The Cake is a Lie!!"

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    Um.. Turn off F-Lock or something..
     
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    How do i do that??
     
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    Very true!
    In many keyboards, u get a special key called "F-Lock" or something similar, which makes the function keys 2-in-1 ;)

    Just look at ur keyboard and u'll get a similar key, just press it :)
     
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    this key can most probably be found just next to F12....
    dumb idea if you ask me......
     
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    I found it!! Thanks a lot guys!!:)
     
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