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Keyboard - @ and “ key the wrong way round

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Suzanne890, Jan 23, 2008.

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  1. Suzanne890

    Suzanne890 Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    A simple problem I expect – my outlook and word are showing the @ and “ the wrong way round on the keyboard – in excel it is fine

    I tried to switch the keyboard layout to be English (United States), but no luck.

    Any idea why?

    Suz
     
  2. managed

    managed Allan

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    Did you try to change it in 'Regional and Language Options' ?
     
  3. Suzanne890

    Suzanne890 Thread Starter

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    What is the difference to change the language layout between Regional and Language Options and the click of "EN" button on status bar?

    Please advice. Thanks much!
     
  4. ozrom1e

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    Welcome to TSG....

    Some system specs on this computer and make, model number, OS and service packs(s) would be a great help if you could post them?
     
  5. Suzanne890

    Suzanne890 Thread Starter

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    I recently ran Windows update, would it be the root cause?

    Thanks!
     
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