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Sounds like you have accidentally selected a French or Canadian keyboard. You need to reselect English.
Open Regional and Language Options by clicking the Start button , clickingControl Panel, clicking Clock, Language, and Region, and then clicking Regional and Language Options. Click the Keyboards and Languages tab, and then click Change keyboards. Under Installed services, click Add. Double-click the language you want to add, double-click the text services you want to add, select the text services options you want to add, and then click OK. If this answers your question, I'd appreciate 4 thumbs. I do this for fun and do not get paid. Jim
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Open Regional and Language Options by clicking the Start button , clickingControl Panel, clicking Clock, Language, and Region, and then clicking Regional and Language Options.
Click the Keyboards and Languages tab, and then click Change keyboards.
Under Installed services, click Add.
Double-click the language you want to add, double-click the text services you want to add, select the text services options you want to add, and then click OK.
If this answers your question, I'd appreciate 4 thumbs. I do this for fun and do not get paid.
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