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Problems with @
Thread poster: MPTierno
Local time: 06:10
English to Spanish
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Jan 9, 2003

Hi all...

A friend of mine had to reformat his hard drive and reinstall all the programs. He called me because now he can\'t write the symbol @

He has a Mexican keyboard.

The following options don\'t seem to work

Gr Alt + 2

Ctrl + Alt + 2

Any ideas?

Thanks for your help!.

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Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:10
Member (2003)
Polish to German
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Use ANSI-Code Jan 9, 2003

Alt + 064 (numeric block), means you need to hold Alt pressed and enter \"064\" with your numeric pad on your keyboard. Works on every type of keyboard


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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ASCII code as a workaround Jan 9, 2003

No idea about the combination on a Mexican keyboard - it\'s \'Alt Gr\'+Q on my European one.

What you can do as a workaround is to use the ASCII code: \'@\' is ASCII character 64 - hold down the \'Alt\' key, type 64 on the numeric keypad and release \'Alt\'.


Editing comment: Hey, Jerzy - great minds think alike, eh?

[ This Message was edited by:on2003-01-09 17:17]

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