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I cannot use the @ sign on my new laptop

I bought a new spanish lap top and cannot work out how to use the @ sign I have tried the usual control Alt

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Hold down the Shift key then press the 2 number key

Posted on Dec 05, 2012

  • Melissa Hamby Dec 05, 2012

    Hi Chris thanks for that, but I have tried all the normal solutions, on my Spanish Keyboard it has 3 options on the number key adn the only thing that I can get it to type is the number

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SOURCE: changing an english computer over to spanish

to change your operateing system language you need to get the windows in that language. There are many difrent versions of windows in difrent languages.

If I want my xp to be in finnish I have to get my hands on a CD which is in finnish. IF I want english I need a english version of the cd.

You will need a spanish xp setup cd.

also it may be possible to convert xp into another language. with some
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Alt Codes for typing Spanish characters:Here are the codes for Spanish Accents: Capitals á ALT+0193 é ALT+0201 í ALT+0205 ó ALT+0211 ú ALT+0218 ñ ALT+0209 ü ALT+0220
Lowercase á ALT+0225 é ALT+0233 í ALT+0237 ó ALT+0243 ú ALT+0250 ñ ALT+0241 ü ALT+0252 Punctuation ¿ ALT+0191 ¡ ALT+0161 « ALT+0171 (Left Angle Quote) » ALT+0187 (Right Angle Quote) € ALT+0128 Buenas Suerte,
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go into your control panel and tell me the processor speed

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then u shud contact your vendor and for more contact http://www.techbuddies.org

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Go to Programs/Accessories/System Tools and click on Character Map. You will need to do a cut and paste of the character from there. Laptop keypads don't support the Alt# sequence for inserting characters like a conventional keyboard does.

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