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I need the UK curency symbol- pound

I need the UK curency symbol - pound

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    Lee Hodgson May 11, 2010

    Hi there.
    We need more information first, is your keyboard set to US? what operating system are you using?


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Hold down alt key and enter 156 - when you release the alt key you have the £ on a US keyboard

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I need the UK curency symbol- pound - 6e42b53.jpgThanksfor chossing fixya..

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I have just bought a MX5500 keyboard and mouse. As a UK citizen I need to be able to type a pound sign and a euro sign but this is a US keyboard. Can you help


Unfortunately, a US keyboard is set up to send out keycodes for the US symbols. If you're using Windows 7, this information from Microsoft may be helpful.For XP, you can try changing your regional settings in the Control Panel (Start > Control Panel > Regional and Language Options). You can try changing the keyboard layout and see what happens.

One sure way to get the symbols from any keyboard is by using alt codes. Hold down the ALT key and (on the numeric pad) press 0128 for the Euro symbol (€). ALT-0163 gives you the Pound Sterling symbol (£).

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The pound sign on my Dell keyboard does not work. It types the # sign??


In the United States # is the pound sign (shift-3), in the UK the term "pound sign" is understood to mean the currency symbol, £, for pound sterling

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Shift-3 does prints # instead of Btisih pound


This is because it is set to US english keyboard layout rather than UK English layout.

Go to Start -> Control Panel -> Keyboard

and change the language settings...

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Your regional settings may be UK but the keyboard setting is USA..

Go back into Control Panel/Regional and Language Options/. Click on the language tab and then the language button and alter the keyboard language there to UK

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Need to have the ability to use the symbol for the (UK) pound


I found this, hope it will help you:

To type the Euro sign in Windows, you press the alt key+0128. As for the Sterling pound symbol, you can type it by pressing the alt key+0163. You can have a look at this site where it lists ways to type different currency symbols:
http://www.fonts.com/fontent/fontent_home.asp?nCo=AFMT&con=fyti_currency

Please note that you have to type the 4-digit code on the numeric keypad (do not use the normal number keys) while holding down the Alt key.

There were also past discussion in the forums, such as:
http://www.proz.com/post/41613
copy and paste the complete link into your browser.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

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Cant get pound sign to work or other symbols seem to be in wrong place


you need to check your keyboard language settings as it sounds like it is set to US english

go to regional settings and check ( it is on a button in one of the sub pages... you really need to check everything)

although I understand that you have already checked this, this is the ONLY thing that causes this so you have missed something

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Keys have swopped places!


you have your keyboard set to US you need to set it to UK and your problem will be solved

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The pound symbol


I am unable to answer your problem that why you are not getting the required symbol if it is there (Hope that you are pressing the no. 3 with Shift key pressed).
But if you need a Pound sign you can get it by pressing 0163 key from the right side numeric keypad while pressing the alt key (i.e. alt+0163).
Remember that you cannot use the upper number key for this purpose.

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you can have one ordered but its not woth it cheaper to press you GB keys
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go to control panel --> regional and language settings --> click "Languages" tag--> click "Details"--> select default input languages as "English (United States) US"-->Ok-->Restart the computer.

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