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Can't change the decimal symbol on my Kensington 33006PocketKeyPa

I've been using a Kensington Pocket KeyPad 33006 and cannot configure/change the type of symbol it uses for comma or dot. I live in Chile, here we use the comma as decimals indicator and dot for separating each thousands, so i would like, for example that when i use Excel and type numbers, the dot key in the keyboard displays a comma in the box where i'm writting. Thanks! C

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  • cmgonzar Dec 29, 2008

    I check the options in control panel and i can't find something to change the dot symbol to display as comma in excel, for example.

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You can customize this setting in the Regional and Language Options in the Control Panel for Windows,

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