Re: Alt Gr key
- From: BillW50 <BillW50@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2008 11:30:40 -0600
John Doue wrote on Thu, 13 Nov 2008 16:02:56 GMT:
BillW50 wrote:M.I.5¾ wrote on Thu, 13 Nov 2008 11:11:12 -0000:Bill,The Alt-Gr key, as noted allows access to a third character on many foreign keyboards where accented letters abound (like Fench and German). the Alt-Gr key only affects two keys on a regular UK English keyboard, one being the most top left key next to the  key. the [`] key gives [¬] when shifted, and the [¦] symbol with Alt-Gr. The only othe rkey is the  key which gives the [?] sybol wih Alt-Gr.
Just curious! Not having a British keyboard in front of me. Where is the British Pound key usually located?
If I were somebody else, I might say: Google it. :=)
Here is the link you want:
Geez! All you had to say was above the 3 key. Anyway I also learned about the US International Keyboard while I was there and I installed it. Now I don't have to use ALT-FN and all of those number pad keys to type special characters anymore. Although I never did learn the ALT code to create the degree symbol (°). I have tried and that one never seems to work. And it isn't in the US International Layout either. :(
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