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5150 keyboard question.

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Anonymous
July 30, 2004 7:40:04 PM

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Kindly advise the function of the key at the top right hand corner of the
5150 keyboard.

I know it must be somewhere in the help files but I have so far failed to
find it.

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Regards

Raymond Griggs

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Anonymous
July 30, 2004 11:39:20 PM

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Raymond Griggs wrote:
> Kindly advise the function of the key at the top right hand corner of the
> 5150 keyboard.
>
> I know it must be somewhere in the help files but I have so far failed to
> find it.

Print Screen perhaps?

I want to know what the little round button (next to the power button)
with the "i" on it does.
Anonymous
July 31, 2004 3:10:48 AM

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On Fri, 30 Jul 2004 19:39:20 GMT, Anthony Soprano <tsoprano@optonline.net>
wrote:

>Raymond Griggs wrote:
>> Kindly advise the function of the key at the top right hand corner of the
>> 5150 keyboard.
>>
>> I know it must be somewhere in the help files but I have so far failed to
>> find it.
>
>Print Screen perhaps?
>
>I want to know what the little round button (next to the power button)
>with the "i" on it does.

The button with the "i" on it opens up the Dell "Help and Support Center"
via the Internet.
The key in the upper right corner apparently does the same thing as
"right" clicking when the cursor is on any blank part of the desktop.

Jack Mac
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July 31, 2004 8:13:14 AM

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The "i" button is also programmable to access a url of your choice. You do
it in the control panel keyboard properties, under AccessDirect.

"Jack Mac" <camkcaj@bellsouth.net> wrote in message
news:u73mg0ptakos2b3anbq0fj7uunqcljap1q@4ax.com...
> On Fri, 30 Jul 2004 19:39:20 GMT, Anthony Soprano <tsoprano@optonline.net>
> wrote:
>
> >Raymond Griggs wrote:
> >> Kindly advise the function of the key at the top right hand corner of
the
> >> 5150 keyboard.
> >>
> >> I know it must be somewhere in the help files but I have so far failed
to
> >> find it.
> >
> >Print Screen perhaps?
> >
> >I want to know what the little round button (next to the power button)
> >with the "i" on it does.
>
> The button with the "i" on it opens up the Dell "Help and Support Center"
> via the Internet.
> The key in the upper right corner apparently does the same thing as
> "right" clicking when the cursor is on any blank part of the desktop.
>
> Jack Mac
>
Anonymous
July 31, 2004 11:11:44 AM

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"Tom" <tomwoodworth@comcast.net> wrote in message
news:u%EOc.61751$eM2.14822@attbi_s51...
> The "i" button is also programmable to access a url of your choice. You do
> it in the control panel keyboard properties, under AccessDirect.
>
> "Jack Mac" <camkcaj@bellsouth.net> wrote in message
> news:u73mg0ptakos2b3anbq0fj7uunqcljap1q@4ax.com...
> > On Fri, 30 Jul 2004 19:39:20 GMT, Anthony Soprano
<tsoprano@optonline.net>
> > wrote:
> >
> > >Raymond Griggs wrote:
> > >> Kindly advise the function of the key at the top right hand corner of
> the
> > >> 5150 keyboard.
> > >>
> > >> I know it must be somewhere in the help files but I have so far
failed
> to
> > >> find it.
> > >
> > >Print Screen perhaps?
> > >
> > >I want to know what the little round button (next to the power button)
> > >with the "i" on it does.
> >
> > The button with the "i" on it opens up the Dell "Help and Support
Center"
> > via the Internet.
> > The key in the upper right corner apparently does the same thing as
> > "right" clicking when the cursor is on any blank part of the desktop.
> >
> > Jack Mac
> >
>
>

Thank you for your answer.

Ray
Anonymous
August 1, 2004 5:55:49 AM

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Tom wrote:
> The "i" button is also programmable to access a url of your choice. You do
> it in the control panel keyboard properties, under AccessDirect.

Wow, what a great feature.
!