Aupick said:On most laptops, the numberpad is superimposed on a section of the keyboard. On mine it's over the right side. To activate it I hold down the 'fn' button while typing. (I know - 'fn' plus 'alt' plus the accent code, it all gets a bit much.) The system varies from laptop to laptop, but I've never seen one without it.
The keys correspond to the following numbers:
7 = 7 | 8 = 8 | 9 = 9 | 0 = *
U = 4 | I = 5 | O = 6 | P = -
J = 1 | K = 2 | L = 3 | ; = +
M = 0 | > = . | / = /
A final tip: the laptop numberpads often have numberlocks which have to be turned on just like the normal numberpads.