program keys on Microsoft 7000 keyboard

Posted on 2007-10-11
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I have a new Microsoft 7000 keyboard and wireless mouse.  The instructions do not tell you what the keys mean and how to program them.  The keys on the top F-1 to F-12 are a mystery.  There are blue numbers on some keys and on the far left side and far right side are more mystery  keys.  Can you please tell me what each is and how to use use them?
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If you installed the intellipoint software drivers that came with the keyboard you should be able to configure and program the keys in Control Panel, under keyboard/key settings.  Be sure to select the proper keyboard setup by clicking "update" in to top corner of the key settings tab so it shows the keys specific to your keyboard.

It should be self explainatory from there.  If not... here is a link to the product, you can find manuals and drivers on the right side of the page.


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