Home / End keys on notebook
Autor de la hebra: Damian Harrison

Damian Harrison
Alemania
Local time: 17:42
alemán al inglés
Oct 6, 2008

I purchased a Samsung Dreja E172 notebook last week and I can't find the combination for the Home / End function (i.e. takes cursor to the start or end of the line). Most notebooks use a FN + Arrow Left / Arrow Right combination, but this notebook uses that for the volume control. What other combinations could be possible?
Thanks very much for any suggestions.


 

RieM  Identity Verified
Estados Unidos
Local time: 11:42
inglés al japonés
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If that laptop has a tenkey pad... Oct 6, 2008

Hi,

It's a long shot (I have never seen this model around here in the US), but...

From the images of this model (E172-xxx) on the internet, it has a tenkey (numeral key) pad. If yours is the same, then Home/End keys are there (7 and 1).

Regards,
Rie


 

Michele Johnson  Identity Verified
Alemania
Local time: 17:42
alemán al inglés
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German keyboard: Pos1 and Ende? Oct 6, 2008

I haven't had much luck finding your exact model/keyboard online, but does it look something like this?
http://www.notebookcheck.net/typo3temp/pics/5aab35d09f.jpg
That's a Samsung where FN + Arrow changes the volume, similar to your laptop. I see you're based in Germany. Do you by chance have a German keyboard? Could it simply be the "Pos1" and "Ende" keys you're lo
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I haven't had much luck finding your exact model/keyboard online, but does it look something like this?
http://www.notebookcheck.net/typo3temp/pics/5aab35d09f.jpg
That's a Samsung where FN + Arrow changes the volume, similar to your laptop. I see you're based in Germany. Do you by chance have a German keyboard? Could it simply be the "Pos1" and "Ende" keys you're looking for? Sorry if I'm being Captain Obvious here



Edited to add better picture: http://www.notebookcheck.net/typo3temp/pics/7b9f0908b8.jpg

[Edited at 2008-10-06 15:25]
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Damian Harrison
Alemania
Local time: 17:42
alemán al inglés
PERSONA QUE INICIÓ LA HEBRA
Thanks 7-1 Oct 6, 2008

Thanks to both of you for your help. Yes, the Dreja does have a German keyboard, but no Pos1 or Ende keys and no Home / End keys either. I tried Rie's suggestion and it worked!
FN+7 replaces the Home key
FN+1 replaces the End key

Thanks guys!


 


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