They refer to these Microsoft help and support web pages:
I've checked out both of those links, and guess what?
They are a bunch of garbage links to nothing at hand. Neither one of them specifically states theproblem
to the keyboard text changes problem. If I overlooked something, please point it out to me, so I can correct myself.
But for me... if I'm not mistaken, all I've done was rebooted my computer and my problem was fixed. As technical as I am, I know I didn't search on MS web site, nor did I do anything, except reboot my computer.
Don't get me wrong now, I have never had it ever happen again, and I do have Office myself, but it didn't take anything to fix my keys back to where they should be.
But, again, show where in those links where they specifically state the fact that your keyboard keys may change, by using any program (if you're referring to that) or something else.
Is is possible that your key-combinations with Office installed could cause this? I won't debate on that issue. But, like I said, it only happened to me once, and I know for sure I wasn't using any of MS products (except their OS), and it happened to me.
I have spare hard drives with os's on them, and I'd be glad to re-create this if I know what exactly causes this.
Lastly on this: If this is a Ms problem, there is more than enough reasons to break away from them.
Why don't they update their help system that's built into all of the os's running when people update their computers. They want you to keep updating, but at the same time, they won't update their help system so people can download and keep updated on the help issues. I wonder why?.. probably because they want people to swarm their site and look and look for answers that may not be there.
How can you advise people to keep updated software on their computers, but it's so hard for you to keep updated help on their computers? Some people will have problems whereas they won't be able to go online. Have anyone ever thought about that? Everybody don't want to have to go to web sites just to get answers where they have help files built into the programs,,,, but yet and still,,, they never update their help files.... Totally amazing. And I mean totally amazing. Man is so smart, he's dumb.UPDATE:
Still, nothing on those links specifically informs of the switched keys function. It could be me. Maybe I just don't understand, but that isn't my case here. I can find nothing at all that tells or gives solutions to fixing mixed key functions on your keyboard.
If any of you specifically find it, I'll announce you as the honorary person of the year. HURRY
, there's only 11 days left.