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Bojana Bozovic 
13 days ago
Hello,
how can I put open square bracket? I am using Access 2010, and Alt GR + F is shortcut for file info. Ok, I tape it somewhere else and do copy/paste in access, but I would like to know how to turn of that shortcut. Thanks!
Scott Axton
13 days ago
Bojana - Are you using a "standard 101-Keyboard" (English)?  If so the square brackets are usually located just above the enter key to  the right of the letter P Key.
Forgive me if I'm wrong but I'm guessing that is not the case and that English is not your primary language.  Correct?
Bojana Bozovic
9 days ago
Yes, I am using Latin keyboard and my primary language is Serbian :) Thank you for the answer, I know for the English keyboard, I was just wondering where is the list of shortcuts for access.
Richard Rost
9 days ago
You're right. I Google'd the Latin Serbian keyboard and it doesn't look like they give you a [ or ] character.
Richard Rost
9 days ago

Richard Rost
9 days ago
I would suggest using the ALT-key ASCII shortcut. Hold down the ALT key and on the numeric keypad type "091" for [ and "093" for ]
Adam Schwanz
9 days ago
Are those brackets on the F and G key?
Adam Schwanz
9 days ago
I'm not sure if it's the same keyboard you have, but online it looks like you can push control + F or control + menu + F to do [ and G for ]
Richard Rost
9 days ago
Oh yeah... I missed those. I was so focused on the right side of the keyboard WHERE THEY BELONG.
Alex Hedley
9 days ago
Would there be the OSK (on screen keyboard) app, think it used to be in Accessories.
Scott Axton
9 days ago
The AltGR key acts like a shift key or FN key on a laptop.  AltGR + F (in the original post )  produces the left square bracket,
I believe that what Bojana was asking was if this could be turned off (made permanent )  and I believe that the answer to that in my experience with dual language keyboards is no. in general. typically this is controlled by drivers for the keyboard at the Windows level.
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