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« on: August 02, 2006, 01:23:24 AM »

I have a  Logitech Media Clavier Multimedia keyboard. The enclosed paper and CD provided little or no help.  The operation is really self explanatory when using it as all one has to do is highlight a picture logo on the keyboard and then press the correct key that provides the required function;  or enter the executable file.

My problem is with programming "Find."  Using the mouse I open it by first pressing Start, then pressing the Search tab and finally pressing the For Files or Folders tab. None of these tabs will register in the key press section for programming.  Therefore,  I must enter the executable file for this process.  Would anyone know how I can locate this file?

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