F22 key on AS/400

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Hello everyone, we have a couple of acountants onsite at a clients, and they are using an AS/400, they need to know how to access the F22 key, is this depending on the emulator they are using? or is there a way to access it?

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shift F10

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  • DKDuvall
    I believe that would be SHIFT+F11, SHIFT+F10 would yeild F20 if I'm not mistaken.
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  • mygoodname
    Ultimately the key stroke depends on the mapping of your terminal emulator. On 5250 emulators from IBM or RUMBA, shitf F-10 will give you F22. Other Telnet emulators I've used required Alt F-2. You should check the documentation for the emulator that your shop is using. If you use multiple emulators, the key may be mapped differently for each. Good luck.
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  • Superfreak
    The standard 5250 emulation(and terminals) have an easy rule to remember, the shift key equals 12. So if you need F22 it is just 22-12=10. So Shift F10. They did that since a lot of terminals and almost all PC's only have 12 function keys.
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  • Marcelof
    Perhaps it depends in the emulator configuration, but usually is shift + F10, think in a 12 / 24 hour clock and it will be easy for the rest of functions beyond F12.
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  • Cody9910
    Shift + F11
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  • HarryTechJunky
    Use the SHIT + F10 key. Each of the keys F13 - F24 correspond to the SHIFT + F1 - F12, just add 12 to the F key.
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  • Vlieger
    Shift + F10 = F22
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