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DHarvin
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Where is the "Insert" key on my keyboard?

Example: Pavilion Envy
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Where is the "Insert" key located on my HP Envy laptop?

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Welcome to the HP Support Community @DHarvin 

 

To better assist you, the members will need the exact model number or product number of your laptop, desktop or printer???

 

HP Notebook PCs - How Do I Find My Product Name or Number?

 

https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00033108

 

REO

 

PLEASE DO NOT POST ANY SERIAL NUMBERS

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Where is the "Insert" key on my keyboard?

I found the solution online, it's the a combination key stroke. The "Fn" key and "ins" key that should be depressed at the same time. Note: the "ins" key is in the upper left portion of the "prt sc" key.

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Where is the "Insert" key on my keyboard?

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Yes it is a combination of keys.

 

Mine is the "Scroll" key.

 

We just needed your 'Model Number" to let you know the correct combination.

 

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Where is the "Insert" key on my keyboard?

My product # is C2M21UA I need to know too MINE IS A  2000 notebook PC I've somehow corrected the problem with it deleting letters after trying to correct text in emails . The blue bar no longer is there . But I don't know how I got it to go away Thx for any help MW 

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