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remap "fn" and shift+ keys

l just bought a apple keyboard and l have a UK keyboard on my laptop.So if i use say shift+2 it comes up as " not as a @ sign and it's a bit confusing. What program could l use to remap the

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While you can try the Keyboard applet in control panel

And see if the other keyboards work, GOOGLE'ING keyboard remappers does find software titles that do such things.
Bob

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what is an applet. l am using windows xp and and l can't find any thing tht i could use to change the keys in the control panel.

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The icons in the control panel are applets.

The applet in the control panel called Keyboard is the one to try.

And while it does NOT map keys in the way you are asking it does indeed implement keyboard maps. If you want a full software solution, google KEYBOARD REMAPPING XP.
Bob

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