On the keyboard: Right above the orange hotkey, on the left side of the keyboard. On the number pad: #1 serves as the symbol key for T-9 and ABC texting.
! = Exclamation Point. In the English language, it is used at the end of a sentence to project emphasis.
If you mean the "curlycue" thing to the left of numeral 1, it is called a "tilde."
On a standard keyboard it's located on the 1 key.
The alt code to type in order to add a trademark symbol to a name simply using a computer keyboard is: the alt button, the number 0, the number 1, the number 5, and the number 3.
Easy... just hold Alt then press 1, then 2, and let go of the Alt key and you should have a female symbol.
It is the symbol to the left of the "1" on the second line of a standard keyboard. It looks somewhat like this: `
The 'at' keyboard symbol has kept mainly one meaning thoughout time. It was first used during Medieval times by merchants who wanted to display prices of their products. For example, "2 items @ $1".
Hold Alt And press 1, then let go of Alt. ☺
On a PC with a full keyboard, you hold down the ALT key, and then, on the number keypad, type in 0-1-7-4.
Hold the "Alt" key, then press 2 5 1 on your numpad and release Alt. √ *Note, numbers on the numpad and the numbers above the letters of the keyboard are not the same, if you are on a laptop without a numpad press and hold the "Fn" and "Alt" key and then press K I J instead of 2 5 1