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I assume they are UK- no different to other keyboard layouts I've had.
By Steve Czech on 03 November 2014
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it works fine mr. dewar
By Ken Mercer on 23 October 2015
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Has Print Screen, but if CTRL+X,C or V is too much, there are programmable 'hot' keys on there which can be programmed with the IntelliType Pro app
By Andrew Rycroft on 11 November 2014
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The UK layout on this keyboard has a vertical Enter key, with the ] and # keys to the left of it.
It also has the \ key to the left of Z, and £ marked above the 3.
So it has the correct number/shape of keys and the right legends for the U.K.… see more
The UK layout on this keyboard has a vertical Enter key, with the ] and # keys to the left of it.
It also has the \ key to the left of Z, and £ marked above the 3.
So it has the correct number/shape of keys and the right legends for the U.K.
The Enter key is less wide than normal on an ISO (U.K.) board, but it shouldn't be a problem - they are normally comically oversized!
Amazon is showing stock photos, which are the U.S. (ANSI) layout. see less

By RayG on 15 January 2015
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I use my Ergo Keyboard with Windows XP, I have never used it with any Apple Mac Computers but as long as it has a USB connection.
By Mr. R. H. Hall on 29 April 2015
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Sorry I don't, wish you could help
By Ken Mercer on 12 August 2015
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Yes, it is located With allthe otherlights at the bottom of the keyboard in the middle, right below the space bar.
By I. Eder on 02 January 2014
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Yes, I use it home( 64 bit )and at work (32bit ) windows 7
By Amazon Customer on 15 November 2013
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hi, I had no problem just plug and away you go...hope you enjoy.
By Ken Mercer on 26 August 2015
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I did with XP Pro for a few months before upgrading to Win7, can't see why home edition wouldn't work.
By A. Knipe on 27 November 2013