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Zonegate
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where is the "Insert" key -HP Laptop 17-by0062st

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HP Laptop 17-by0062st - where is the Insert key?  I suddenly need to set it so I can add a letter in a word without deleting the next letter. This suddenly changed and I don't know what I did to change it.  I see nothing on any keys that have - Insert - or Ins  - just found it under ) key - tried pushi9ng  fn and the ) key, cntl and 0 key and Windows key and 0 key - nothing worked

what do I do - I hate not being able to insert letters etc without deleting the next letter in the word

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@Zonegate 

I'm looking at a picture of the by0062ST keyboard and I am not seeing what you are.  The '9' key is shared with '(' and the '0' key is shared with ')'.  I see no Ins markings on any of the keys whatsoever.

 

What MIGHT work is using a free utility known as FastKeys to create a new keymapping for the Ins function, like Fn-NumLock

 

You can get FastKeys from here: FastKeys Automation Software 



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