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I am using a Classic Keyboard 200, in a PC Windows Vista spanish.I dont Know how to configure the keyboard to use spanish letter

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The easiest way is with overlays or you can make them yourself.
I am using a Classic - 3631445.gif


You can google the overlays and purchase them or make the stickers

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Keyboard spanish


If your main input language is Spanish you should use a Spanish keyboard (Spain, Argentina, etc.) Bu if you need tildas infrequently, you may find it easier to have a list of ASCII codes for the letters that require a tilda. With the ASCII codes you type ALT + code.
Another possibility id the installation of a virtual Spanish keyboard which you will pull down to select the special letters.

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My keyboard can not work in English but Spanish.means some letters do not match. How can I solve this issue .this is a vaio vpcl 137fx/b OS windows 7 home premium


Actually not sure what your issue is here, again, you are not supplying enough information. Here is what I think you said, I have a VIAO with Win7 and it is configured for Spanish and it will not work for English because the keys on the keyboard are NOT mapped correctly. If this is the problem you will have to go into the Text Services and Input Languages dialog on Win7 and define any keyboards you wish to use. For American English there are a number of keyboards, but US and US-International are the most often used. If you find the dialog you may install new services for English (United States) and the corresponding keyboard layouts you wish to use. If you are using Spanish right now you should note that it will probably say Spanish (your country) - Spanish... You should be able to ADD a new language and keyboard layout. You can then use the language bar on the taskbar to select between Spanish and English keyboard layout when you want to switch between the two languages and key layouts. I use it often for European languages on Windows XP, 7 and also XUbuntu and it seems to work well on those without issue.

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I need template or guide on how to use Logitech Spanish keyboard.


You can see the image of English Keyboard with Spanish letters below..

Microsoft Spanish Keyboard Layout kspanish.gif

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Keyboard keys are messed up....any thing you type differnt letters pop.


You probably have the wrong country listed in your keyboard layout.  Each country has a different keyboard layout, as some languages need frequent access to accents and special characters.

I'm presuming you have Windows; and I don't know which version, so I can only give general instructions on how to fix it:

In Control Panel, there's a setting for 'regional settings' or 'region & language'...something like that.  Click on it.  In there somewhere is 'input settings' or 'keyboard settings'.  Change this to the country you got the keyboard from.

For example, I'm English & living in Spain.  So I loaded an English version of Windows, but I have to set it to 'Spanish keyboard' as I bought the laptop in Spain and the keys on the keyboard are in the Spanish configuration.

Hope that helps.

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I don't know how to write spanish caracter in my laptop it is an acer5610


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U need to change ur keyboard configuration, go to: Control Panel Clock, Language and Region Change keyboards or other input methods Click at Change Keyboards Add an spanish language (idk which one u will prefer, i use mexican) Then change ur default keyboard to it.
Ahora eso es si quieres cambiar tu idioma principal a español, if u dont and just need a character, use the ASCII code:
Press and hold ALT + 164 for ñ and 165 for ñ

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I use my computer for gaming and when i move around with the arrows they stick sometimes in one of the directions un til i tap that key again, is this common for the classic keyboard 200?


Logitech keyboards are excellent both in quality and longevity.
Make sure some sugary drink has not been spilled on the keyboard.
This will make the keys stick and repeat. I have had good luck with Dawn and warm soapy water. Just make sure the keyboard is completely dry before putting back into service. 1-2 weeks drying time. (IF you dunk and submerge. Only the most severe)
Never EVER dunk a laptop in water to clean the keyboard.
I know I know... but someone will try it. :)

Check to make sure the windows sticky keys are turned off.
Sounds like dirt or a soft drink is causing this repeating pattern you described.

Good luck!

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Hi, is it (quite easily) possible to get a notebook with a spanish keyboard in the US ? I'm french and use a lot the differents accent and found that the spanish layout was the best one, IMHO. I saw that...


i think there are versions of notebooks and netbooks equipped with spanish keyboard layout. You can purchase online since these may come from spanish locations. However, just purchase an "External Keyboard" with spanish layout so that you can still preserve your current notebook. You can just configure windows then so that you can use the external keyboard.
Regards!

Jul 21, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Spanish


there are not any notebooks that I know of that have actual spanish keyboards.

to get windows in complete spanish, you will need to upgrade to windows ultimate to download the spanish language pack. if you just want to have minimal functions, you can always just use the basic language pack that is part of windows. not everything will be translated into spanish though.

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I need to program my email key to look at my current outlook 2003,and not pick up a new version


The steps for configuring keyboard drivers in Windows XP are different than in other operating systems. Use the following steps if you have already downloaded and installed the latest HP keyboard driver for Windows XP. Step 1: Configure Internet and shortcut buttons
  1. Click Start , and then Control Panel .
  2. Click Printers and Other Hardware and then Keyboard or click Keyboard if you are in Classic view. The Keyboard Properties window appears.
  3. Click the Buttons tab. You will see a list of Internet and shortcut buttons.
  4. Double-click the button you want to configure (such as, CONNECT or Internet).
  5. Configure the button to open a Web page or software. The figure and table below explain how to use each field in the Configuration window.
  6. After you have made your changes to the button's configuration, click OK .
  7. On the Keyboard Properties window, click Apply .
  8. Repeat the previous steps for each button you want to configure.
  9. After you have configured the buttons, click OK on the Keyboard Properties window.

May 20, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Need to purchase


yes of course u can change just follow these methods
First, you need to install a Spanish keyboard, and turn on the key combo to
switch.

Go to Control Panel, Clock Language and Region.

Then click on "Change Keyboard or other Input method". The Regional and
Language Options dialogue will appear.

Click on the Keyboards and Languages tab. The Text Services and Input
Languages dialogue will appear.

Under Installed Services, press the Add button, and select an appropriate
Spanish keyboard (eg Spain, Mexico, US etc).

Press Ok to add the selected Keyboard.

Now click the Advanced Key Settings tab, of the Text Services and Input
Languages dialogue. Select a key combination, to alternate between English
and Spanish keyboards (Left-Alt, Shift, by default)

Press Ok to accept changes and dismiss the dialogue.

Your Spanish keyboard should now be ready to use, once you press the
Alt-Shift combo.
this is just the display language settings for full conversion you cannot do u have to buy a spanish version or ask your laptop assembler to put spanish version of vista hope so your problem solves with this solution

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