|25 Mar 2011||#2|
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You have keyboard language set to English (United Kingdom), which gives " with SHIFT+2 and £ with SHIFT+3. If you need an English keyboard layout that gives @ with SHIFT+2 and # with SHIFT+3, you need to change the layout to English (United States).
Here you can see the difference. First UK English:
And US English:
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