French Keyboards

Sun 26 June 2011


The French keyboard is similar to the English keyboard, but a few of the most-used keys are in different places.  In order of irritation, those are A, Q, M, and W.  Period, slash, and all the numbers require the shift key. The '@' symbol needs ctrl-alt. I have no idea where the Euro symbol is.

On a good day I can pretend it's an exercise on neuroplasticity.

Making French characters with an English keyboard is easy, especially on a Mac.

Category: Languages