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    What does this mean in mc F15. Then I editing data file and I choose F9 -> File -> Insert file (F15). what must I press

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    could mean that you should press and hold the Shift key and then press the F3 function key.

    In the olden days, keyboards sometimes came with 24 functrion keys, and one way of emulating the missing 12 on a standard PC keyboard is with the use of the Shift key to get F13 thru to F24.

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    Thunks Nerderello. Now i keep in mind this.

    P.S. Your eyes are very fun

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