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I have  a Netbok and have Word 2007 installed.  I am trying to use the keyboard combination to get to the end of my document:  Ctrl End.  I know the function keys are different on a Netbook.  
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(1) Which net book you have..?
(2) I think instead of control- end it is usually the Fn+end ; usually it will be written along with the key
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If you have a numeric keypad, disactivate the nunlock key and use the keypad as usual for navigation. Otherwise, as jimsweb mentions, udse the functions (FN) key at the bottom left of the keyboard (usually) and use the special navigation keys.
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I have a Gateway Netbook. I tried that also it doesn't move at all in Microsoft Word but works on everything else.

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