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My EX110 keyboard seems to have switched to a UK layout. Shift-3 gives the " symbol; shift-" gives the @ symbol; shift- number sumbol gives the £ symbol. How do I switch it back to North American??? Andrew Reid

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  1. Goto Start>>Control Panel>>Regional Setting
  2. Goto Language
  3. Goto Detail
  4. Change Require Settings

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    1. Goto Start>>Control Panel>>Regional Setting

    2. Goto Language

    3. Goto Detail

    4. Change Require Settings



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