Shift + 2 = @ There is no "at" key on the keyboard. The "Alt" key, located directly left and right of the space key may be what you're looking for, or perhaps you are looking for the "@" key, which can be printed by holding down either the left or right shift key, and then clicking the "2" that is directly above the "Q" and "W" keys. Other possible problems include: 1. Your keyboard is broken 2. The input area is not selected.
service the keyboard. the dust inside the key.
A keyboard is a "board" with keys on it. So a keyboard key is called a, "Keyboard key". There is no fancier word for them.
First you depress the "shift key", then depress the number 2 key.
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Your number lock key isn't on?
On a common keyboard the cap locks key is the key above the shift key on the left side of the keyboard.
Why the window key in keyboard?
You click the shift ke yand the @ or ' key at the same time and it should work.
It would be the square root key. (√) `it is not on the keyboard
There is none. To press any key to continue would be to press a key on your keyboard, to continue.
Yes, there is an 'enter' key on the keyboard.
A keyboard is a input device primarily used on computing devices. The parts inside a keyboard are basically a computer. There is a circuit running under the keys and when the key is pressed it cuts the circuit in that area and the chip on the keyboard translate it as which key.