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The keyboard is another means of sending information to the computer. It does have much of the same keys as a typewriter keyboard and has these additional keys: Function keys are found at the top of the keyboard. These control programs and are labeled F1 to F12. F1 always provides help in windows environment. Cursor control keys are arrows that allow you to move the cursor in four directions (up, down, right, left). Numeric keys are found on the right side of the keyboard and act much like a calculator pad, however, “key must be pressed on in order for these keys to function. ESC or the escape key allows you to exit or escape some programs. / Front slash key is used in web addresses on the Internet. \ Back slash key signals a sub-directory. Page up and page down keys allow you to move up or down in a document. Shift key and caps lock key change the case of the letter when pressed. ALT key moves the cursor to the menu bar, which is useful in the event the mouse is not functioning. Pause key pauses text on screen in DOS. ALT + Ctrl + Delete keys reboots or restarts the computer when they are pushed in that sequence. This is called a warm boot. A cold boot simply means turning the computer off for a minute and then turning it back on. These boots are necessary if a program fails to function. Backspace key erases errors when the mouse is placed after the error. Delete key erases errors when the mouse is placed before the error.