03-14-2012 10:15 AM
I have a boxed unused Logitech Cordless Desktop Wave keyboard (US International version )and mouse which has the American $ sign on it but no £ button. I wish to give it to a friend of mine but I wondered if there was any way that I can make one of the buttons type the £ sign.. Are there any other differences that she might find using an American US International version? She only uses her computer to send and receive e-mails from her family and is unlik ly to need the £ button
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03-14-2012 12:21 PM
You can just change the keyboard in the computer's "Region and Language" settings.
But you will then have to remember what happens when you hit the keys!
If you put the language bar icon up in the taskbar, you can switch between the two quickly in the rare event that you need the £ sign. Oddly, in the USA, they call # a pound sign.
There are also "alt+ " key sequences for this sort of thing.
alt+0163 = £
You can find the rest by wandering around in "Character Map".
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