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On line 'contact us'

I'm not a typist so maybe I'm hitting a combination of keys that cause this: asking a question or giving a comment at a website 'contact us' page when all of a sudden the keyboard gets stupid. Press an "A" and get a "Z" (example only). So the message suddenly makes no sense whatsoever. (alstrb;per - for example).
I use IE7for a browser and XP Pro as an OS with MS t.fxrape Q801383-11Q (o.. cy hgoy dall.b.e aiacb ,day yd. d.nnZ

Does anyone know why this happens or more importantly how to fix it?

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