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This is an older model wireless keyboard which has both English and French on the keys. It also has unusual characters ie the o key has double a double S (overlayed vertically) in the lower right corner.

The question mark key has 4 symbols starting in the upper left corner and moving clockwise - question mark

upper right - capital É (with an accent over it)

lower right - a period

lower left - a forward slash.

We seem to have switched the shift key so that it displays a capital E (with accent) instead of the forward slash when we try the Shift + question mark key.

How do we make the shift key work normally again, and what would be the key combination if we do want to use

the other key options that exist(É- shud be a question mark)

Help!

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@norajane
Welcome to HP Forums,  

This is a great place to get support, find answers and tips,
Thank you for posting your query, I'll be more than glad to help you out 🙂

 

I see that you're wanting to know information on keyboard language functionalities, 

To set the keyboard language:

  1. Click Start, enter regional in the search field, then select Regional and Language Settings from the search results list.

  2. Select the Keyboards and Languages tab, then click Change keyboards.
     

    Figure: Keyboards and Languages
    Regional and Language Options with Keyboard and Languages and Change keyboards selected

  1. In the Text Services and Input Languages window, click the Add button.
  2. In the Add Input Language window, select a language and click OK.

  3. Figure: Add Input Languages
    Add Input Languages with German selected

  4. In the Text Services and Input Languages window, set the Default input language to the one you just selected.

    Figure: General tab of Text Services and Input LanguagesGeneral tab of Text Services and Input Languages

  5. Next, select the language you do not want and click Remove.​​​​​​​
    Figure: Removing a language
    Removing a language

  6. Click OK to save the changes and close the window. Then click OK again to close the Regional and Language Options window.

The keyboard is now set to the selected language.

 

Hope this helps! Keep me posted for further assistance.

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