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How do I type my uk pound sign I have changed the language settings


The £ character is part of the font character set which changes when u change character sets.
If you want to stay with the language settings you have you must determine where the £ is in the character set.
My £ is produced when I enter ALT + 156. The character is in the upper 128 of characters. Number 156 to be exact. For the British KBD it is mapped to a key to make it a single keystoke.

Jul 24, 2011 | Dell 0Y3740 Keyboard

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How do i get degree symbol and english pound signs on my keyboard?


Hi,

For pound sign (£): Press and hold ALT key while typing 0163.

For degree sign (°): Press and hold ALT key while typing 0176.

Hope this helps.

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Hi I have a Logitech EX110 keyboard ... I would like to know the short cut keys for the Euro and Pound sign


For the € sign it should be AltGr + 4

I'm assuming that pound means £ (GBP) and not #...... Do you have the £ sign on the number 2 key? If you do and your just not getting the £ symbol when pressing Shift + 2 then you probably have the keyboard set to the wrong language.

In control panel look for Region and Language settings, in there should be keyboard languages. In that section make sure that you have the correct one selected for your keyboard.

Thanks

May 09, 2011 | Logitech 9675020403 Keyboard

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How can I write a pound sign by using a dell keyboard


The easiest way is to hold down the Alt key and type "156", then release the Alt key. You will see a British pound (£) sign appear. However, sometimes "pound" means the number sign (#), but that's mostly used in voicemail prompts.
If you use the first pound symbol a lot, you can either keep it on the clipboard, or consider remapping a key you never use (like the tilde, or ~) to type that character (see http://www.annoyances.org/exec/show/article02-022).

Hope this helps!

Apr 08, 2011 | Dell 0Y3740 Keyboard

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I have Aspire 5536-5519 and on the keyboard there are characters that are green. How can I use these characters? For example the sterling pound sign


Hold down the shift key and then press the £ sign.... for € sign hold down Alt-Gr then press 4 shift key is located under the Return or Enter key and above the Ctrl key

Oct 16, 2010 | Acer Aspire 5500 5570-2609 Laptop

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Can't get the pound sign over the number 3. I get


CANT GET £ SIGN, AND " HAS SWAPPED WITH @

1, HOLD THE SHIFT KEY DOWN

2, PRESS THE "WINDOWS LOGO" AND "ALT" BUTTONS TOGETHER ON THE LEFT HAND OF THE SPACE BAR ONLY. THE RIGHT HAND ONES WILL NOT WORK

3, YOU MAY HAVE TO USE THE MOUSE TO CLICK ON THE PAGE.

4, YOU WILL NOW HAVE THE "£" BACK & THE @ OR " IN THE CORRECT PLACE.

Jan 20, 2010 | Logitech Computers & Internet

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Where is the sterling pound sign


To get character: £ then press down and release the Num Lock key (To make num lock on) located in the upper left part of the number pad on the right side of your keyboard so that the LED above is lit and release that key. Then hold down the Alt key and type 156 using that number pad. you will get pound sign Let me know if this helped Regards

Nov 26, 2009 | Acer 91.63X07.001 Keyboard

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How to make a ''£'' when in British English


Alt 0163 is £. Numbers must be entered on the keypad, not the top row of numbers on the keyboard.
In Word you could also set a key you don't use such as ^ to produce £ so you don't have to bother with entering codes.

Nov 18, 2009 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Asus X58Cseries with Windows Vista Basic has $ sign on 4 key but no pound sign. Any way of getting it? If not, I can live with it but would like to know either way.Cheers, Linda.


I'm an Asus X58C user in the UK and my keyboard is the same. I've not found an easy solution. The only way I can insert a £ character is this. Place your coursor where you want the character. Turn Numbers Lock on using the blue Fn and NumLk keys. Hold down the Alt key and then using the blue numbers keys type 0163. Release the Alt key and the £ character will appear. Turn Numbers Lock off using the blue Fn and NumLk keys again. Its laborious but it works, its how I typed it here. I also found out that if you hold down Ctrl and Alt and then press the 4 key, you type the euro character €. Hope this helps

Oct 06, 2009 | ASUS 90-A4C1K1000 Keyboard

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