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Change from english/usa to english/uk

Is it set for english/united states I wish to change it to english/united kingdom .
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Change keyboard usa to uk


Open Control Panel - Regional & Language Options Regional Options - change to English [United kingdom] Language tab - Click Details box - change to English [United kingdom] Advance tab - change to English [United Kingdom]

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The @ key has changed position from the U.K. position to the U.S.A position


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Under Regional Options tab - select English [United Kingdom]
and in location - select United kingdom
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Under Advance tab - English [Untied kingdom]

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I just bought a compaq presario CQ62 and when setting up i mustve put the wrong english format for my keyboard (US) as oppose to the correct one (UK) and now i cant press certain symbols that are ontop of...


Assuming the laptop is loaded with Windows 7, click the windows (start) logo, select control panel, click "Clock, Language and Region" then Change Keyboards or other input methods, then Change Keyboards, then Add. Browse to English (United Kingdom), click the plus sign, then Keyboards, check the United Kingdom box, then click OK at the right hand side. You can then select UK English in the drop down box at the top, and apply it. This should change you over to the UK layout. You can choose to remove the US english version once you have applied the UK version, if you wish.

I hope that makes sense. Sorry, I am new to Fixya.

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On a Laptop to use Symbols you have to first enable Numbers Lock on my Samsung that is - hold down Fn and tap the F11 key
Now hold down the Alt key and type 64 (using the letter keys e.g. O and U)
You should see @ in your text BUT
If it is a web address and you keep getting " where the @ should be...
This maybe because Windows ALWAYS sets up your computer for an USA keyboard where the " and @ are transposed IF this is the case...
Go to Start - Control Panel - Regional and Languages settings
Double click it and in the first tab change English United States to English United Kingdom
In the Advanced tab change English United States to English United Kingdom then Apply
In the Languages tab - click on details
In the window that opened - change English United States to English United Kingdom then
in the box lower down click click on English United States keyboard to hi lite it and click on Remove - it will disappear but when you click on Apply it will probably tell you it is in use
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You have set your keyboard to United States.
Left Alt Shift is the quick and easy (in your case too easy and quick) way to switch countries.

Or If you have the language bar at the bottom (EN) one left click shows what countries you have set it on.
Usually:-
English (United States)
English (United Kingdom)

Just click on the UK one to put @ back.

If you do not have the language bar there go to Control Panel/Regional and Language/Keyboards and Languages/Change Keyboards and select United Kingdom.
If its not there you will have to add it.

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For Windows Vista, 7 and 2008

Click "Windows Start" button
Click "Control Panel"
Click "Region and language"
Now click on "Keyboards and languages" tab
Click "Change Keyboards" button
In General tab, click "Add" button
a window called "Add Input Language" will come
Scroll down till you get "English (United Kingdom)"
Expand "English (United Kingdom)"
Expand "keyboard"
Tick "United Kingdom"
Click "OK" button

Now in "Text setrvices and Input languages" windows 
click the drop down button
you will fine "English United kindom"
Select that and click "Apply" and then "OK"

For Windows XP, 2000 and 2003

Click "Windows Start" button
Click "Control Panel"
Click "Region and language options"
In "Regional option" tab
click the drop down button near the customise button
select "English (united kingdom)"
in the location box too, select "United Kingdom"
Now , in the language tab, clikc "Details" button
in the Installed service box, click "Add" button
in Input language, select english(United Kingdom)
keyboard layout will be selected automatically to united kingdom.
click "OK"
Now, in Default input language. click the drop down button and select "English (United Kingdom).
Click "Apply" and "OK"
Again click "Apply" and "OK"

That''s it.

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Go to start and control panel open regions and language options and open make sure it say English united states if not click on it and change it restart your computer and you should be set .Let me know what happens

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