Hi all. As a kid, I had an Apple 2E computer, and an Apple 2GS to use. As i grew up, i learned to use the number pad on the right side of the keyboard for absolutely everything. Let's be honest, you'd probably be a little screwed if screen readers stopped using it. Then whenI went to word Perfect in high school, the keyboards began not to have the number pads on them. I'm sure it was a space saving feature. Here's my question: do you at all every wish you'd learned the number row at the top, and the keypad on the right? I've gotten used to using the numbers on the top, I prefer it that way. I still though find myself counting the keys to hit the right number. I actually wish I'd never learned the keypad, knwoing now that a lot of keyboards don't have them. I know some are again, I just also felt as though I was learning a different way then a sighted personw ould have learned them. Yes, i know sighted people use the right keypad, I'm just bringing up something for discussion. Anyway your thoughts would be interesting if anyone cares to comment.