Documentation HELP nit

May 20, 2008
Elkridge, MD, USA
KEYBD command states "n can be either 0 to turn off the toggle or 1 to turn on the toggle". Below it explains "/K(eyboard lock)". This implies that /K0 turns off keyboard lock, and /K1 turns on keyboard lock. This conflicts with the details of option /Kn: "Disable (0) or enable (1) the keyboard.
I'd change the wording of the summary to "/K(eyboard unlock)".

BTW, below the "Options:" heading /Kn shows the parameter, the other options do not.

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