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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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Hi,

Just recently bought my first MacBookPro, in fact my first Apple notebook. After the initial happiness i realized i cannot even start using the machine as I cannot find the @ sign. The usual Alt+2 does not work
Please help how i can find the @ symbol. thx
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The @ sign can be typed by pushing Shift+2, not Alt+2.

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thx vansmith...you made my evening
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How strange that you can't find the @ symbol having typed it 3 times in your initial post..

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Perhaps he was using a Windows keyboard to post??
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Perhaps he was using a Windows keyboard to post??
Or he copied/pasted it from somewhere?
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or she used a different notebook
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or she used a different notebook :smirk:
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