when I type (@) what I get is (") which should be the shift and No2.when I type (" )shift and No2 what I get is (@)The pound sign come out as a hash and the hash comes out as a back slash. many other keys are also out of kilter. How do I sort this out?win xp sp2. office 2000. keyboard is an infomate HKT 1001 ps2Cheers Lixdexik.
but it still goes wrong on the likes of this forum and writing Emails.Cheers Lixdexik
Your keyboard is set to the US layout. Goto control panel > regional and language options > language tab > detaisl. Click the add button and select english (unitied kingdom), higlhight Us keyboard and click remove.
spot on... now my " & @ are in the right place. I thought it would have to be simple. had to re boot to make the changes work though.Cheers Lixdexik
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