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The next screen, seen in Figure 3.3a, allows you to change your keyboard model, keyboard layout, and preferred variant. If English is your native language and you are using a basic English keyboard, you can just press Next to accept the defaults.  
 
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The next screen, seen in Figure 3.1.2a, allows you to change your keyboard model, keyboard layout, and preferred variant. If English is your native language and you are using a basic English keyboard, you can just press Next to accept the defaults.  
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Otherwise, use the menus to change the default selection(s) to match your keyboard type and language. You can test your changes by typing into the white area at the bottom of the screen, just below the message that indicates you can test your selected settings.
 
Otherwise, use the menus to change the default selection(s) to match your keyboard type and language. You can test your changes by typing into the white area at the bottom of the screen, just below the message that indicates you can test your selected settings.
  
'''Figure 3.1.2a: Keyboard Screen Allows you to Select your Keyboard Model, Layout, and Variant'''
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'''Figure 3.3a: Keyboard Setup Screen Allows you to Select your Keyboard Model, Layout, and Variant'''
  
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Latest revision as of 12:04, 23 January 2012

(Sorry for the inconvenience)

The next screen, seen in Figure 3.3a, allows you to change your keyboard model, keyboard layout, and preferred variant. If English is your native language and you are using a basic English keyboard, you can just press Next to accept the defaults.

Otherwise, use the menus to change the default selection(s) to match your keyboard type and language. You can test your changes by typing into the white area at the bottom of the screen, just below the message that indicates you can test your selected settings.

Figure 3.3a: Keyboard Setup Screen Allows you to Select your Keyboard Model, Layout, and Variant

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