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Pound sterling key appears #. inverted comma key appears as @

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As per y'days email, problem solved using solution to one of your previous problems:- Control Panel - regional/language settings - changed to UK.

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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I assume yo have WinXP. 

Go into control panel>Regional & Language... Change your location to whatever you want it to be.  Keyboard assigned symbols are supposed to change accordingly.  But the keyboard printing remains the same so you need an "overlay" for your country.

You can also customize it to some degree also.  Play around with it and have some fun.

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