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I guess it depends on the layout of your keyboard. For me I get the £ symbol by holding down the "AltGr" key to the right of the space bar and then press number "3" key.

For the € symbol, same thing except instead of the "3" one can use either the "5" key or then the "E" key.

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I guess it depends on the layout of your keyboard. For me I get the £ symbol by holding down the "AltGr" key to the right of the space bar and then press number "3" key.

For the € symbol, same thing except instead of the "3" one can use either the "5" key or then the "E" key.

 

 

This can vary greatly from country to country. For instance on my keyboard you get the following;

 

Shift+3 = £

Shift+4 = $

Ctrl+Alt+4 = € (AltGr+4 also works)

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Guest Aidan Work

Keyboards in New Zealand have # above the number 3.There is no way I would be able to add in the Pound sign without the use of a programme.The keyboard is a standard QWERTY one.

 

Aidan.

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indeed.

 

we have a trainee student at work, who has a russian girl friend. She was in the Netherlands for a couple of weeks and one day she was at our work, to do some translation into russian for us. That was already decided when she still was in russia, so she brought her own key board.....

 

speaking of standardization......

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