You can do this by going to PROGRAMS->SETTINGS->SOUNDS and changing the 'KEYPAD CONTROL' setting to 'NONE'.
I assume this is to do with the processor overhead for playing the key sound (windows has always been bad for that in general!).
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You can also assign key shortcuts to the Program menu items.
P.S. On a seperate note, has anyone got shortcut key 1 (Answerphone) to work? I get a "unable to connect" message when I hold it down. Because this is a standard one I can't change it and have to use shortcut key 2 for my answerphone :-(
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