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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – October 26 –
I started writing an article this morning, and my wireless keyboard quit working. I put fresh batteries in it, but that wasn’t the problem. The keyboard had a switch on the bottom, so I tried moving it, thinking that it might be a reset. I went to the control panel: Keyboard, and it told me that the keyboard was working properly. I started doing searches on Google, and ended up with a Microsoft search result. Part of the information on that page says to keep metal objects, among other things, away from the keyboard. I had a metal scissors on the rear side of the keyboard. I removed the scissors, tried the keyboard, and it works fine.
Whew! I feel better now.
I lost my eyeglasses and found them yesterday…at Tractor Supply, about ten miles from the house!
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