Re: keep getting accents over e instead of question mark
"LauraR" <LauraR@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Thank you, thank you Patrick. I was getting frustrated. It worked!
Glad to hear it helped you. Yes, that sudden change can be *very*
> "Patrick Keenan" wrote:
>> "LauraR" <LauraR@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> > I've just set up my new computer and every time I do an email and try
>> > to
>> > type
>> > an apostrophe or a question mark, I get the french e or E with the
>> > accent
>> > over it. I've tried re-doing my language as I've seen in the other
>> > posts,
>> > but nothing is working! Can someone help me?
>> You've got a different keyboard selected, possibly French or Canadian
>> On my Vista system, I had to delete that keyboard map to keep it from
>> randomly enabled. I never did figure out what was selecting it, and
>> I'm Canadian, I have no reason to install a French keyboard map (and
>> wouldn't have done so). I disabled every hotkey I could find related
>> it and it would still switch.
>> Control Panel, Regional and Language Options, Keyboards and Languages,
>> Change Keyboards. Select the keyboard you that's causing you grief and
>> choose Remove.
>> If you don't remove the keyboard map, when this switch happens, you'll
>> to exit the application you're in (Outlook, for example), change
>> and restart the app. Changing keyboards without restarting the app
>> seem to change the mapping.