Arrow Key

One of four keys marked with arrows on a computer keyboard. An arrow key moves the cursor up, down, left, and right when the operator enters text, or maneuvers through menus and graphics. Used in lieu of positioning with the mouse. Also known as cursor-movement keys.

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