I have a MacBook which is split into Mac and.
But it didn't work!
It's a Portuguese Brazil abnt2 layout (set to Portuguese (Brazil) language).
But at least I can get a pound sign on Word with a bit of searching around.
I think that sounds like the solution, but I don't know how to do it!
I am getting a 'not sign' (?) appearing before my pound (?) sign.
Update 2: I presume the option key is the one I'm calling alt - it has an arrow on it, but is not the Caps Lock.I still can't get that to work.When I am on the Mac side, and I hit the # sign (Alt3 I get the usual pound sterling sign, which is printed on that button.The content comes from XML with cdata tags and is all loading fine.What do I need to do to ensure that when I want a pounds sterling sign, I get it?I how to make g string can't manage to have my sterling sign associated with my keyboard command.
Also check out the, euro Sign.
Alt Codes currency Symbols pound Sign, pound Sign, name.