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HT1171: Boot Camp: Apple Wireless Keyboard keyboard mapping in Windows

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  My keyboard will not turn on???????i have brand new batteries
by Markgibson1 in Boot Camp
102 1 2 weeks ago by Rudegar
  forward delete on windows 7
by Ziad Tee in Boot Camp
733 3 3 weeks ago by Marty_MJ
  How do I forward-delete in Windows using an Apple Wireless Keyboard?
by eliskim in Boot Camp
310 1 2 months ago by Number88
  can Apple wireless keyboard swap fn & ctrl keys under boot camp
by aithomas in Boot Camp
892 4 8 months ago by Rudegar
  how can copy & paste in MacBook por
by Hassan anbaiwa in Boot Camp
783 2 10 months ago by mende1
  Can anyone tell me in simple terms, how to use the apple keyboard with microsoft outlook email.   Just simple things like getting the @ € and £ please?
by WINSHANK in Boot Camp
374 2 10 months ago by Allan Jones
  Clicking "delete" on selected item (e.g., email line item) does not work
by marvinfabulous in Boot Camp
229 0 11 months ago by marvinfabulous
  how do I copy and paste to office on Mac osx?
by Garbar613 in Boot Camp
329 5 1 year ago by Csound1
  I have the apple wireless key board.  There is only one delete key and it deletes all data to the  left side of the cursor.  Where is the delete function for deleting letters that are on the RIGHT side of the cursor?
by Chincoman in Boot Camp
337 2 1 year ago by Chincoman
  help
by lneely74 in Boot Camp
313 1 1 year ago by DenVogel
  Yes, Virginia, the Mac does have an overwrite key
by coyote4til7 in Boot Camp
434 0 1 year ago by coyote4til7
  how to use alt codes on my wireless keyboard
by cleo001 in Boot Camp
352 0 1 year ago by cleo001
  Hi, i'm having some issues with the mac bluetooth keyboard when playing "medieval 2 total war" on my windows 7 bootcamp partition on my macosx. The " key is not working. Instead it brings up a console command. The console command key is supposed to be `.
by Bihom in Boot Camp
275 0 1 year ago by Bihom
  Print Screen
by AlaskaKMD in Boot Camp
232 0 1 year ago by AlaskaKMD
  Apple Wireless Keyboard
by M.abdelwahab in Boot Camp
345 3 1 year ago by M.abdelwahab
  Print Screen
by EpicentreX in MacBook Pro
1,031 6 1 year ago by EpicentreX
  I want to install Windows 7 on my iMac using Bootcamp.  Can I use my wireless keyboard to operate Windows?
by Unhandy in Boot Camp
349 1 1 year ago by The hatter
  forward delete button
by agatasul in Boot Camp
1,960 1 1 year ago by davidfromnorth melbourne
  How do you invoke the Windows 'Delete' key on Mac?
by Oddhead in Boot Camp
391 1 1 year ago by Csound1
  wired keyboard
by dgoetzhome in Mac OS X v10.7 Lion
296 2 1 year ago by dgoetzhome
  how do i copy and paste with the macbook pro?
by gloria289 in Boot Camp
104,084 8 1 year ago by ReMacs
  running win7 in boot camp, how to create @ in outlook? is there a mac combination for "alt gr"
by cg of bi in Mac OS X Technologies
634 1 2 years ago by MrHoffman
  shift and the number 2 is making " symbol and some of the other keys are not typing the correct symbol. How do I fix this?
by Therealladyx in Boot Camp
436 0 2 years ago by Therealladyx
  When you do a 'print screen', where does the image go?
by DohNutz in Boot Camp
3,463 6 2 years ago by ReMacs
  I tried many times to print screen with the suggested fn + shift + F11. Trying to copy it in a mail with controlV , or right mouseclic " paste" : ; nothing happened! what to do? how to print screen? how to paste? And: the forward delete does not exist.
by helena westerhout-ruijgrok in Mac OS X Technologies
1,797 4 2 years ago by MrHoffman

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