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How to change 'overwrite mode' to 'insert mode' in editing the vb program?

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In my vb editing screen (via visual stuido ).  for some reason, the mode is change from the insert mode to
overwrite mode.

what key I need to use to togger this back and forth?

thank you

mshox1
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The Ins key does that on my system
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It does not works for my keyboard.  I use IBM T42 thinkpad notebook.

how do I turn this to insert mode and overwrite mode back and forth.  that is my questions.

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Does your Ins key work with other applications - such as Word?
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This is a keyboard tester with a free trial period:
http://www.passmark.com/products/keytest.htm
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