ANSWERS: 6
  • That’s a really good question. Where do you see this?
  • The Insert button on a keyboard - Mac or PC, switches between insert mode (where text can be inserted in the middle of existing text) and over-type mode (where typing replaces any text to the right of the insertion point).
  • I believe you are NOT asking WHAT is an Insert button, but rather WHERE on a Mac keyboard is the equivalent of the PC "Insert" key. Mac does not have an Insert key per se, but some applications such as Maya as well as Virtual Machine software such as VMWare and Parallels do require it. It is a little known fact that Mac actually does have a keyboard equivalent for the Insert key. The Mac Insert key combo is: "fn" + "enter" (press "Function" and "Enter/Return" at the same time)
  • I believe you are NOT asking WHAT is an Insert button, but rather WHERE on a Mac keyboard is the equivalent of the PC "Insert" key. Mac does not have an Insert key per se, but some applications such as Maya as well as Virtual Machine software such as VMWare and Parallels do require it. It is a little known fact that Mac actually does have a keyboard equivalent for the Insert key. The Mac Insert key combo is: "fn" + "enter" (press "Function" and "Enter/Return" at the same time)
  • in a mac, to insert u press fn + return together
  • There is no insert key on a Mac

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