How can I type @ on my Acer Laptop [Solved/Closed]

vee - Sep 4, 2010 at 07:37 PM - Latest reply:  knockerfoonies
- Feb 23, 2018 at 05:02 PM
Hello,

i can't type the @ sign on my acer laptop. i've tried holding shift and pressing 2 and " shows up. please help. thank you!

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Ambucias 53999 Posts Monday February 1, 2010Registration dateModeratorStatus August 16, 2018 Last seen - Sep 5, 2010 at 06:21 AM
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Hi

Try this press alt and type 64

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soha > babyface - Jun 8, 2016 at 07:48 AM
thank u so much babyface for ur great advice, it works now,
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Yh thank you baby face it works man ☺
+babyface- Thanks for your help . It works now :D
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Yes it worked for me xx
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Hold down the alt gr key on the right of the space bar and tap 2 key. Using the alt button on the left of the space bar doesn't work. Really weird keyboard on Acer. I asked this question on the "experts" forum a couple of months ago and they couldn't help me, nothing worked. Tonight a techie friend discovered the answer by accident.
Thanks so much- such an easy fix!
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This works for Windows 10 for writers in English. Left click the Windows icon on the task bar and choose Settings. Click 'Time & Language' then 'Region & language' on the left-hand of the panel that opens up. Next click on 'Add a language' and choose 'English'. A panel will open with a range for 'English' eg., English (New Zealand). Select the kind you want and this will appear beneath the one which is currently active. Click the new one, set it as the default option and it will move to the top.
At first it was not helpful but when i got the idea it was ok
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FYI, the problem stems from loading the incorrect 'keyboard language' at start-up. The keyboard language determines what instructions the computer receives as you type individual keys. In other words, if you see " instead of the expected @, the computer is behaving in accord with the default 'keyboard language'.
Cheers, T
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Thank you AmbaAmbucias it works