The American English Keyboard

~
`
!
1
@
2
#
3
$
4
%
5
^
6
&
7
*
8
(
9
)
0
_
-
+
=
Q
q
W
w
E
e
R
r
T
t
Y
y
U
u
I
i
O
o
P
p
{
[
}
]
|
\
A
a
S
s
D
d
F
f
G
g
H
h
J
j
K
k
L
l
:
;
"
'
Z
z
X
x
C
c
V
v
B
b
N
n
M
m

,

.
?
/

The following Alt keys - used just like the shift keys - give (they only work on the right Alt key and when you use the numbers on the keypad on the right side):
Alt and 134 gives:
Alt and 132 gives:
Alt and 148 gives:
etc. for All ASCII/ALT Key Sequences 0-255

The Swedish Keyboard

Red keys mark the Swedish keyboard
~
`
! !
1 1
@ "
2 2
# #
3 3
$
4 4
% %
5 5
^ &
6 6
& /
7 7
* (
8 8
( )
9 9
) =
0 0
_ ?
- +
+
=
Q Q
q q
W W
w w
E E
e e
R R
r r
T T
t t
Y Y
y y
U U
u u
I I
i i
O O
o o
P P
p p
{
[
}
]
|*
\ '
A A
a a
S S
s s
D D
d d
F F
f f
G G
g g
H H
h h
J J
j j
K K
k k
L L
l l
:
;
"
'
Z Z
z z
X X
x x
C C
c c
V V
v v
B B
b b
N N
n n
M M
m m
< ;
, ,
> :
. .
? _
/ -

Special Keys Keys in green refer to the American Keyboard (printed on the computer):
=, release and then a vowel gives: or
+, release and then a vowel (except y) gives: or
], release and then a vowel gives: or
}, release and then a vowel (except y) gives: or

The following Alt (they only work on the right Alt key) keys are used just like the shift keys:
Alt and 2 gives: @
Alt and 3 gives:
Alt and 4 gives: $
Alt and 5 gives:
Alt and 7 gives: {
Alt and 8 gives: [
Alt and 9 gives: ]
Alt and 0 gives: }
Alt and - gives: \
Alt and e gives:
Alt and m gives:

The French Keyboard

Blue keys mark the French keyboard
~
`
! 1
1 &
@ 2
2
# 3
3 "
$ 4
4 '
% 5
5 (
^ 6
6 -
& 7
7
* 8
8 _
( 9
9
) 0
0
_
- )
+ +
= =
Q A
q a
W Z
w z
E E
e e
R R
r r
T T
t t
Y Y
y y
U U
u u
I I
i i
O O
o o
P P
p p
{
[
}
] $
|
\ *
A Q
a q
S S
s s
D D
d d
F F
f f
G G
g g
H H
h h
J J
j j
K K
k k
L L
l l
: M
; m
" %
'
Z W
z w
X X
x x
C C
c c
V V
v v
B B
b b
N N
n n
M ?
m ,
< .
, ;
> /
. :
?
/ !

Special Keys Keys in green refer to the American Keyboard (printed on the computer):
[, release and then a vowel (except y) gives: or
{, release and then a vowel gives: or

The following Alt (they only work on the right Alt key) keys are used just like the shift keys:
Alt and 3 gives: #
Alt and 4 gives: {
Alt and 5 gives: [
Alt and 6 gives: |
Alt and 8 gives: \
Alt and 9 gives: ^
Alt and 0 gives: @
Alt and - gives: ]
Alt and = gives: }
Alt and e gives:
Alt and ] gives:

Alt and 2, release and (space) gives: ~
Alt and 7, release and (space) gives: `