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Using Terminal on my Macbook Pro. I do not have a Page Up key. When I ssh to another computer and am in an application that needs Page Up (and Down and Home, etc.) what do I use?

I have seen elsewhere that Fn↑ should be used but it doesn't seem to work in Terminal (it does in Firefox).

Any help?
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