I have been writing up reports for excel and can't find out the name of the key below escape?does anyone know its name or where i might find its name?thanks matt
Why do you want a name for it?I presume you are talking about the key with `¬¦ on it?
DOH!He's writing a report. He obviously needs to refer to it in writing. It has a name, all keys do. ~ for instance is called tilde. He needs the correct one for that key. The ` is called a Grave (pronounced grarv) accent in French the opposite (which is not on my KB) is called Acute. I only have ` and the standard apostrophe '. The ¬ is refered to as a 'Logical Not Sign'. I have no Idea what taht means, but it sounds a mathematics term to me.the ¦ is called Broken Bar
click here¬ is called "not" and is the Logical not sign ¦ is called brvbar and is the Broken bar
Yes I understood that bit, just can't quite work out why having never used the key!The ISO 8859-1 character set doesn't name the ` but does describe it as a grave. click here
Sorry, didn't mean to be rude, I'm feeling Feisty today :)I use it all the timeIt's in the same place as the ~ is on US Keybards (go figure) and is used a lot in PC Gaming. Being UK based, I have to use the ¬ even though I have my KB set as UK!
so cheers for the names! is their a name for the whole key?
Just call it the grave key.
temper temper. cheers guys. whats the name of the complete key above tab?
Nappy1610Would that by any chanch be the same key as the one below Esc? ;¬}
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