For some of us, typing fast and typing accurately is challenge enough. It really makes it hard when your keyboard has gone a little haywire! Sometimes keyboards get their letters "rearranged," making typing virtually impossible. However, in most cases, there is a way to fix it.
- If the above steps didn't work, then your keyboard may be broken. Most good USB keyboards cost about $15 - if you want a wireless keyboard, be prepared to spend a bit more.
- As an alternative, use a macro scripting program such as AutoHotkey (open source and free) or AutoIt (freeware). Create macros that type the correct key value, then map them to the key that is producing the incorrect key value.
- If setup for multiple languages (default for some countries), left-Shift+CTRL can toggle between them (Windows default mapping). The mapping can be changed in the Regional Settings, and additional languages can be turned on or off.