Thanks guys for the suggestions. I think that is a good idea since I never use the smaller enter key (I just realized that it was there lol).You can also use a freeware called "doublecommand (google it). It lets you remap your keyboard. I have remapped mine such that the small enter key next to the left arrow key now functions as a "del" button. This does not affect the larger enter/return key.
As an FYI, being a fairly new switcher, I have also remapped my cmd/apple key and ctrl, such that I can now do ctrl+c, ctrl+a and ctrl+v for copy and paste. My fingers couldn't get used to moving one button over so this was helpful for me.
You can go to system prefs -> keyboard mouse -> Keyboard tab -> check the box that says "Use the F1-F12 keys to control...". BEWARE however that this changes all the F-keys. Try it out and see if you like it.Thanks guys for the suggestions. I think that is a good idea since I never use the smaller enter key (I just realized that it was there lol).
Yea, I still get mixed between the fn, ctrl, option, and apple keys... Guess it just takes a little time to get used to.
One more thing: when using expose is there a way to program F9 and F10 without holding onto the the fn key? I rarely need to use the keyboard light adjustment keys.
Hold function (fn) while pressing the delete key and it will function like a "del" key.