I inadvertently bought an English/Greek keyboard. That is, most of the keys are in English, with Greek letters underneath, which don't actually work.The one vital key, that I would like to alter shows : \ but prints ~ #It's the vital backslash that I need for internet,(Using a different keyboard for this, of course!)Anyone help, please
I think your system is set to American (US) go to:- start / settings/ control panel/ Regional & Language / keyboard and check the settings
Its not just Language, I bought one also from Computer Fair. And Key are in different places no £ key or ~ and the @ key is about second from the left second row down. £4 wasted
I found this in a different forum it will not help with your problem but may come in handy in the future.click here
wizking - sorry it's set to English.Buteman - viewed the site you recommended, but not quite there, either.I'll keep looking
Marg 7 There is no key marked ~Key labelled # prints as £
There are some free software progs that alter the keys eg KeyTweak and Keyboard Remapper. They alter registry settings so you need to be careful. I haven't used them so cannot give a recommendation.
Can you say where the key marked:\actually is positioned on the keyboard please.
DieSse:\is located top row second from right - next to "go back left arrow key)
That sounds a very odd position for that keytop.Maybe the keytops have been swapped over - or maybe it's totally non-standard.Have a look here and see if you can find the layout that you have perhaps?click here
Other keyboard reference sitesclick here
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