Toshiba Z930-S9311 Manual De Usuario

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Learning the Basics
Using the keyboard
Ctrl, Fn, and Alt keys
 
(Sample Illustration) Ctrl, Fn, and Alt keys 
The 
Ctrl
Fn
, and 
Alt
 keys do different things depending on the 
application you are using. For more information, see your 
application documentation.
Function keys
The function keys (not to be confused with the 
Fn
 key) are the 12 
keys at the top of the keyboard. 
 (Sample Illustration) Function keys
F1
 through 
F12
 are called function keys because they execute 
programmed functions when pressed. Used in combination with the 
Fn
 key, function keys marked with icons execute specific functions 
on the computer. For example, 
Fn + F9
 turns the touch pad ON/OFF. 
For more information, see 
Special Windows
®
 keys 
 
(Sample Illustration) Special Windows
®
 keys 
Your computer’s keyboard has one key and one button that have 
special functions in Windows
®
Windows
®
 key—Toggles between the Desktop screen and the 
last app opened on the Start screen. For more information refer 
to Help & Support, or see 
Application key—Has a similar function as the secondary 
mouse button.
Application key
Windows
®
 key
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