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    I have an old keyboard that has no Windows key. Is there a key combination that emulates the Windows key?

    Why not get a new keyboard, you ask? Because this one is an IBM solid-click behemoth that is built like a tank. It was manufactured in 1984 and I have been using it since then, and it still works as good as new. This keyboard is truly a delight to use.

    Except it does not have a Windows key.
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    I have an old keyboard that has no Windows key. Is there a key combination that emulates the Windows key?

    Why not get a new keyboard, you ask? Because this one is an IBM solid-click behemoth that is built like a tank. It was manufactured in 1984 and I have been using it since then, and it still works as good as new. This keyboard is truly a delight to use.

    Except it does not have a Windows key.
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    I have an old keyboard that has no Windows key. Is there a key combination that emulates the Windows key?

    Why not get a new keyboard, you ask? Because this one is an IBM solid-click behemoth that is built like a tank. It was manufactured in 1984 and I have been using it since then, and it still works as good as new. This keyboard is truly a delight to use.

    Except it does not have a Windows key.
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    I have an old keyboard that has no Windows key. Is there a key combination that emulates the Windows key?

    Why not get a new keyboard, you ask? Because this one is an IBM solid-click behemoth that is built like a tank. It was manufactured in 1984 and I have been using it since then, and it still works as good as new. This keyboard is truly a delight to use.

    Except it does not have a Windows key.
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    I have an old keyboard that has no Windows key. Is there a key combination that emulates the Windows key?

    Why not get a new keyboard, you ask? Because this one is an IBM solid-click behemoth that is built like a tank. It was manufactured in 1984 and I have been using it since then, and it still works as good as new. This keyboard is truly a delight to use.

    Except it does not have a Windows key.
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    I have an old keyboard that has no Windows key. Is there a key combination that emulates the Windows key?

    Why not get a new keyboard, you ask? Because this one is an IBM solid-click behemoth that is built like a tank. It was manufactured in 1984 and I have been using it since then, and it still works as good as new. This keyboard is truly a delight to use.

    Except it does not have a Windows key.
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    I have an old keyboard that has no Windows key. Is there a key combination that emulates the Windows key?

    Why not get a new keyboard, you ask? Because this one is an IBM solid-click behemoth that is built like a tank. It was manufactured in 1984 and I have been using it since then, and it still works as good as new. This keyboard is truly a delight to use.

    Except it does not have a Windows key.
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    I have an old keyboard that has no Windows key. Is there a key combination that emulates the Windows key?

    Why not get a new keyboard, you ask? Because this one is an IBM solid-click behemoth that is built like a tank. It was manufactured in 1984 and I have been using it since then, and it still works as good as new. This keyboard is truly a delight to use.

    Except it does not have a Windows key.
    Bill Meacham
    bmeacham98 AT yahoo.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmeacham View Post
    I have an old keyboard that has no Windows key. Is there a key combination that emulates the Windows key?

    Why not get a new keyboard, you ask? Because this one is an IBM solid-click behemoth that is built like a tank. It was manufactured in 1984 and I have been using it since then, and it still works as good as new. This keyboard is truly a delight to use.

    Except it does not have a Windows key.
    Does Ctrl+Esc work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmeacham View Post
    I have an old keyboard that has no Windows key. Is there a key combination that emulates the Windows key?

    Why not get a new keyboard, you ask? Because this one is an IBM solid-click behemoth that is built like a tank. It was manufactured in 1984 and I have been using it since then, and it still works as good as new. This keyboard is truly a delight to use.

    Except it does not have a Windows key.
    Does Ctrl+Esc work?
    John
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmeacham View Post
    I have an old keyboard that has no Windows key. Is there a key combination that emulates the Windows key?

    Why not get a new keyboard, you ask? Because this one is an IBM solid-click behemoth that is built like a tank. It was manufactured in 1984 and I have been using it since then, and it still works as good as new. This keyboard is truly a delight to use.

    Except it does not have a Windows key.
    Does Ctrl+Esc work?
    John
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmeacham View Post
    I have an old keyboard that has no Windows key. Is there a key combination that emulates the Windows key?

    Why not get a new keyboard, you ask? Because this one is an IBM solid-click behemoth that is built like a tank. It was manufactured in 1984 and I have been using it since then, and it still works as good as new. This keyboard is truly a delight to use.

    Except it does not have a Windows key.
    Does Ctrl+Esc work?
    John
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmeacham View Post
    I have an old keyboard that has no Windows key. Is there a key combination that emulates the Windows key?

    Why not get a new keyboard, you ask? Because this one is an IBM solid-click behemoth that is built like a tank. It was manufactured in 1984 and I have been using it since then, and it still works as good as new. This keyboard is truly a delight to use.

    Except it does not have a Windows key.
    Does Ctrl+Esc work?
    John
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmeacham View Post
    I have an old keyboard that has no Windows key. Is there a key combination that emulates the Windows key?

    Why not get a new keyboard, you ask? Because this one is an IBM solid-click behemoth that is built like a tank. It was manufactured in 1984 and I have been using it since then, and it still works as good as new. This keyboard is truly a delight to use.

    Except it does not have a Windows key.
    Does Ctrl+Esc work?
    John
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmeacham View Post
    I have an old keyboard that has no Windows key. Is there a key combination that emulates the Windows key?

    Why not get a new keyboard, you ask? Because this one is an IBM solid-click behemoth that is built like a tank. It was manufactured in 1984 and I have been using it since then, and it still works as good as new. This keyboard is truly a delight to use.

    Except it does not have a Windows key.
    Does Ctrl+Esc work?
    John
    A Child's Mind, Once Stretched by Imagination...
    Never Regains Its Original Dimensions

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