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change keyboard from US to UK in win XP?
Regional and Language Options go to "languages" tab hit "details" then add the keyboard you are looking for
problem with my keyboard.. it's giving me wrong characters..?
There is a _chance_ that you can clean up your keyboard but it would require an extensive cleaning. That would involve removing all of the keys (and remembering where each one goes so that you can put it back in the right place!). You would need to remove the keys carefully to avoid breaking them and then clean carefully with the appropriate brushes and cloths before re-assembling the keyboard. But even then the damage might be irreversible. I once spent a couple of hours doing a careful cleaning because a couple of my keys were not working due to an accumulation of cat hair all over the keyboard but even a careful cleaning did not fix the bad keys. A spill of a liquid on the keyboard is even worse so I do not think there's much chance that a cleaning will save the day. The good news is that keyboards are cheap. When I replaced my keyboard, I found several different models of replacement keyboards for less than $20 (Canadian). I found one I liked for only $12. If money is a problem, you can probably find a used keyboard simply by taking one from your old computer or getting one of your friends to give you the keyboard from their old computer. I am assuming that you are using a standard keyboard of course, which 99% of people do. If you have a very exotic keyboard, it may be harder - and more expensive - to replace. I usually try to fix things rather than replacing them but this is one component where I think you will have much better results by simply buying a new keyboard.
Some computer keyboard layouts, such as the QWERTY layout as used in Italy, the QWERTZ layout as used in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, and the AZERTY layout as used in France and Belgium, have the degree symbol available directly on a key. But the common keyboard layouts in English-speaking countries do not include the degree sign, which then has to be input some other way. The method of inputting depends on the operating system being used. On the Colemak keyboard layout (Windows/Mac), one can press AltGr followed by D to insert a degree sign. On Linux, one can press AltGrK twice to insert a degree sign. Desktop OSWith Microsoft Windows, there are several ways to make the degree symbol: One can type Alt248 or Alt0176Note: "0176" is different from "176"; Alt176 produces the light shade () character.Note: The NumLock must be set first; on full size keyboards, the numeric keypad must be used; on laptops without a numerical keypad, the virtual numeric keypad must be used (often requiring that the Fn key be held down as the numeric sequence is typed). The Character Map tool also may be used to obtain a graphical menu of symbols. The US-International English keyboard layout creates the degree symbol with AltGr Shift;In the classic Mac OS and macOS operating systems, the degree symbol can be entered by typing Opt Shift8. One can also use the Mac OS character palette, which is available in many programs by selecting Special Characters from the Edit Menu, or from the 'Input Menu' (flag) icon on the menu bar (enabled in the International section of the System Preferences).[dead link] In Linux operating systems such as Ubuntu, this symbol may be entered via the Compose key followed by o, o. Some keyboard layouts display this symbol upon pressing AltGr Shift0 (once or twice, depending on specific keyboard layout), and, in programs created by GTK, one can enter Unicode characters in any text entry field by first pressing Ctrl ShiftUUnicode code point, regardless of keyboard layout. For the degree symbol, this is done by entering Ctrl ShiftU B0 (where the last key is the number zero) followed by a space. For Chrome OS, use the Unicode entry method Ctrl ShiftU then 00B0 then space or return; with the UK extended layout, use AltGr Shift0. Mobile OSIn iOS, the degree symbol is accessed by pressing and holding 0 and dragging a finger to the degree symbol. This procedure is the same as entering diacritics on other characters. In Android, switch to numbers ?123 then symbols =<. the degrees symbol is found on second row. software-specificin microsoft office and similar programs there often also an insert menu with or command that brings up a graphical palette of symbols to including degree symbol. as charmap app table arranged in unicode order. easier way use alt176 b0 then altx. latex packages gensymb textcomp provide commands textdegree respectively. absence these one can write math mode. other words it written empty circle glyph circ superscript. autocad available shortcut string>