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GETTING DIFFERNT LETTERS AND SYMBOLS THANON MAIN KEYBOARD

I GET A Q INSTEAD OF AND A IN MICROSOFT PUBLISHER AND OTHER LETTERS M IS A OVER SET PAIT OF S's, etc.

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Make sure your drivers are current and your language is correct but the likely problem(is it across all programs?) is your keyboard layout options in whatever prog. youi are using.

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