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My keyboard is typing the wrong letters!

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Jan 11, 2020

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I'm a rather new In Design User, so maybe this is an easy fix? I recently downloaded a brochure template from Creative Market and when I try to change the text, my keyboard is typing the letter before it. For example, I'll hit the "S" key and it will type a "R" or I'll hit the "F" key and it will appear "E". My only thought was to go into Paragraph Style Options and make sure the language is set to English, which it is. Is there another setting I should fix?  I know it's specific to this document because a new document or using Photoshop has the correct setting.

 

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If your typings are correct in every other application or document, it's propably the font used in the InDesign file in question that causing this effect.

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My keyboard is typing the wrong letters!

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I'm a rather new In Design User, so maybe this is an easy fix? I recently downloaded a brochure template from Creative Market and when I try to change the text, my keyboard is typing the letter before it. For example, I'll hit the "S" key and it will type a "R" or I'll hit the "F" key and it will appear "E". My only thought was to go into Paragraph Style Options and make sure the language is set to English, which it is. Is there another setting I should fix?  I know it's specific to this document because a new document or using Photoshop has the correct setting.

 

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Correct answer by radzmar | Adobe Community Professional

If your typings are correct in every other application or document, it's propably the font used in the InDesign file in question that causing this effect.

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If your typings are correct in every other application or document, it's propably the font used in the InDesign file in question that causing this effect.

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Thank you so much @radzmar this fixed my problem, the font was changing the letters for some reason. 

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