Because you are using a terminal emulator, you will be using a PC keyboard in place of a terminal keyboard. Many keys that are found on the terminal keyboard are not available on a PC keyboard. Examples of such keys are HELP, AUTHOR, and PUSH, which are found on the IBM 5250 keyboard. To successfully operate the terminal emulator and any associated application programs, you may have to map certain terminal keys to keys on the PC keyboard.
In the terminal emulator, select Options > Keyboard Map, or click the Keyboard Mapping button . The Keyboard Mapping dialog box opens.
Click the Keyboard Mapping button on the toolbar. To map a terminal key to a PC key, drag a key from the upper terminal keyboard to a PC key on the lower keyboard.
You can click the Shift and/or Control keys on the upper keyboard to display additional key functions that can be viewed only by first selecting either of these keys. You can then drag the required key from the upper terminal keyboard to a key on the lower PC keyboard.
To cancel a definition, drag the PC key definition to the wastebasket. This restores the default function of the PC key.
To restore the default mappings, click Defaults.