When I use shift + 6 to get a question mark my keyboard case provides a ^ instead. I also get an @ instead of quotation marks when using shift + 2 even though shift + 1 gives an !. How do I chose which symbol I get with this shortcut as each key appears to have multiple and how do I get a question mark^
Thanks in advance!
Therre's a chance it may not be one that's correct for your region (as @AndrewL mentioned, our @ symbol is above the right shift key and speech mark on the number 2). I recommend getting in touch with the retailer for a replacement or refund.
Same problem in that I purchased from Bestbuy Canada.
I have taken to marking the keys with the appropriate characters.
Just for reference:
# is the 3 key
\ is the << >> key
/ is the <> key
^ is the 6 key
/ and ? is the E key