you need
  • - laptop or netbook.
Guide
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At first glance, it's not so important: on the second row of the keyboard, the figures are available.And they can be used as usual.But sometimes such an arrangement is inconvenient.Especially if the person on duty have to work with numbers and perform a variety of calculations on a calculator.In this case, comes to help special section right keyboard NumPad.Find its location on a standard external keyboard is not difficult.On the laptop - a problem.Although there is a solution in this situation.
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For this example, you can use a regular keyboard, by connecting it to your laptop via USB-connector.After connecting the devices the computer will automatically install the necessary drivers, and you can get to work.
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You can also buy a special
board Num Pad, to find that it will be necessary to visit computer stores.And then choose proper model via USB-port to connect it to your laptop.
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And you can do without all of the devices and create a numeric keypad Num Pad only with the help of available keys.Try to switch the keyboard layout by pressing buttons simultaneously Fn (it is located in the lower left corner) and F11 on the top line.However, sometimes F11 may not work, depending on the notebook model and its manufacturer.Then you should try to press Fn + NumLk.Once you will enter the Num Pad, you will see an icon, a warning about changing the dialing digits.
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Check whether there are special transition team on board Num Pad, you can use the keyboard.To do this, press one of the buttons: «J», «K», «L», U »,« I »,« O »and several others.If instead of the letters you have printed numbers - a full order.After all, that is what was required.To disable the Num Pad will also need to use the keys Fn + NumLk (or Fn + F11).
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If desired, you can create a virtual on-screen keyboard, which is a challenge in several ways.The essentials of the "Start" menu go to "Standard."Then find the "Special Features" and select "Screen Keyboard".In the second - from the "Start" menu go to the function "Run" and type in the osk.