The Cambridge Z88 keyboard looks like a normal typewriter keyboard with the familiar qwerty arrangement of letters.
There are some additional keys on each side of the keyboard which have the special functions explained below.
The letter and number keys
Press the letter keys alone to give the lower-case letters, or with
to get capitals. You can get capitals without needing to hold down by pressing - see below.
Press the digit keys on the top row of the keyboard to give the digits, or with
to give the symbol above each digit on the key.
Note that, unlike on some typewriters, the letter O is quite different in meaning from the digit 0, and the letter l (lower-case L) from the digit 1.