cuz i want to make somethig tht on my laptop as i say in older post, i don't have the right one numbers only the numbers under the F keys
[COLOR="Navy"]Maybe you should buy a NumPad:D[/COLOR]
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15th March 2005
Would be most cost-efficient to just buy a cheap USB keyboard at that point. Most do have numberpads.
Many keys on a laptop are dual-function. You should be able to see, on some of your keys near the right-end of the keyboard, little numbers in squares. These are your NumPad keys. You can use them by either turning on NumLock, or holding down the function key (most likely found right between the Left CTRL and Windows keys) and then pressing the desired key.
For instance, if I press Function+K, that equates to NumPad 2. Function+/ acts as NumPad +. Et cetera.
It's no more inconvenient than pressing Shift+4 to get the $ sign on a normal keyboard, IMO, it just takes some getting used to.
I don't know how, and I don't know why, but this is totally Sheep's fault.