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bouchet.michel (07-06-19, 04:53 PM)
Le jeudi 9 septembre 2010 02:59:03 UTC+2, Sardini a écrit :
> Very annoying.. checked Word and it is turned off there.. thanks in advance
> for your help.

Si la frappe Inser ne permet plus de basculer entre refrappe et insertion, voir :

Il faut passer par un 'clic' ou 'Entrée' intermédiaire avant de frapper sur Inser dans la zone en mode refrappe.
itkin.jaclyn (07-11-19, 08:56 PM)
On Monday, August 25, 2014 at 11:03:21 PM UTC-4, . . .winston wrote:
> jeanefields wrote:
> If a key on the keyboard doesn't work, it would seem a new keyboard
> would be the usual next step. No ?
> --
> ...winston
> msft mvp consumer apps

FYI you're a dick, I also have this problem, never turned the Overwrite on and my keyboard is fine but INSERT does nothing. An actual answer would be wise to post if you are going to bother to reply to people; otherwise you are a useless waste. Thanks.
fruitslabs (01-03-20, 08:44 AM)
On Thursday, December 4, 2014 at 1:22:28 PM UTC-8, h.n...@gmail.com wrote:
> On Wednesday, September 8, 2010 8:59:03 PM UTC-4, Sardini wrote:
> > Very annoying.. checked Word and it is turned off there.. thanks in advance
> > for your help.

> Had the same problem once before and forgot how to stop it, click off the insert key on the keyboard, that took care of it. No more over writing in gmail.

YAYEEEE! Jeeze, I been stressing out about that shit for WAY too long. I didn't even know how to explain it to someone. "Over writing." Ohhhhh kayyy!
Uhhhghg...I'm just so glad I have a solution!
flagrus09 (02-09-20, 04:59 PM)
😉 Good Guy 😉 (02-09-20, 10:31 PM)
On 09/02/2020 14:59, flagrus09 wrote:

I hope your erection problem has been solved by this old thread.
d.villalobos911 (02-24-20, 09:00 PM)
On Monday, November 2, 2015 at 5:38:30 PM UTC-6, wallh...@gmail.com wrote:
> This just happened to me in Google Sheets, and my keyboard has an Insert key, but it was not working... when typing in the "formula bar," Insert didnothing, and I was stuck in replace (overtype) mode. The trick was to double-click a CELL to put the cursor there. THEN the Insert key toggled insert/replace as expected, and the change to normal insert mode carried over to the formula bar.
> Super confusing!

Yes! I normally don't comment when a post solves my problem, but it should be noted that it's 2020 and this 5-yr old post had the exact solution/explanation that I needed. Worked! Thank you again!

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