Re: Lost the pound sign


Hitting windows+spacebar will change keyboard language



From: Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io
Sent: 18 July 2018 16:46
Subject: Re: [nvda] Lost the pound sign


I'd not know how this could be changed accidentally. Would she be likely to

have system restore on and be able to go back to a couple of days ago, or is

it off in 10 by default. Even then, I'm not sure it has any effect on the

installed keyboard language. i have had issues in the past with word

deciding to use American english templates for documents for no good reason

which really fouls up the spell checker big time!





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From: "Antony Stone" <antony.stone@...>

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Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2018 3:29 PM

Subject: Re: [nvda] Lost the pound sign



> It sounds like your computer has switched from thinking it has a UK

> keyboard

> layout (which has a pound sign on shift-3) to a US layout (which has a

> hash

> symbol on shift-3, and is often read as "number").

> To confirm this, what do you get by pressing shift-2?

> A UK layout will give you double quote marks; a US layout will give you an

> "at" sign.

> Antony.

> On Wednesday 18 July 2018 at 16:18:29, Sakina wrote:

>> Dear Gene and friends,

>> Thank you for your help regarding adding new email address in my people

>> app. I am sorry for I am not too clever and am still trying to figure it

>> out. Sadly, I do not have many addresses and therefore would be happy

>> doing it manually. For now I am cutting and pasting the address in the to

>> field.

>> Now today please I have lost my pound sign in my word document. I always

>> used to press shift key and press number 3 for the pound sign. Now when I

>> press shift key and number 3 it keeps saying number.

>> I do not know what I must have pressed accidently on the key board   as I

>> am one hundred % user of keyboard and do not know  what to do. I will

>> greatly appreciate any help.

>> Always thanking you all

>> Sakina

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