Did someone think?
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At 09:29 AM 11/21/01 +0800, Kathy Quinlan wrote:
>Jinx, Microsoft are about to release a new Keyboard that has an "Any Key" on
>it so that they will stop help desk calls complaining that users can not
>find the "AnyKey"
I found some keytops once, from some specialized system, that fit my
keyboard, which had a blank key (!) The tops were labeled "any" and it did
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