You can use the windows built in tools "On Screen Keyboard" and the "Snipping Tool" to get an image of the current keyboard layout:
Then the one with the AltGr button pressed:
And use just about any image editing program, personally I used Gimp, to recolor and merge one on the other with a little offset for clarity:
You could create a new Keyboard Layout (or edit an existing one) with Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator, which is free, provided by Microsoft, and works on Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, and Windows 7:
Create new keyboard layouts from scratch
Base a new layout on an existing one
Modify an existing keyboard layout and build a ...
Definitely a case for Hacker's Keyboard:
Hacker's Keyboard (source: Google Play; click images for larger variants)
I'm using this on my tablets, and it's pretty convenient. Highly configurable as well. And especially useful with terminal apps (e.g. administrating a server via SSH), as it also offers all the special keys. Not to forget it also supports a ...
You can use AutoHotKey to do this. It's a resident program, and I've been using to generate and insert GUIDs on a keypress for a while now.
You'll want to know about the key list, and you'll want to read some of the documentation.
To remap the numberpad 0 key to !, for instance, you'd put the following line in your AutoHotKey script file:
According to http://ipad-ssm.net/archives/211 there's an option to turn on the 10 key instead of having to use your 55 key. It's tricky to find this on your own though.
To do this, you need to have the "Split Keyboard" option on, found in Settings -> General -> Keyboard
Proceed to click on "International Keyboards" and add a new keyboard. You can select the ...
I found WinCompose [GitHub] that fulfills my needs.
has a configurable "compose" key which I'll refer to as ♥ in the following. I'm using Pause now.
has a total of 2200 combinations and they are easier to remember than NumLock numbers, e.g. ♥<- for the Unicode arrow ← or ♥e" for the diaeresis e: ë
has no impact on the language bar and on Ctrl+Space (at ...
The Super User question How to make ^ and ` non-dead-keys on Windows 7 with German keyboard layout is about the reverse situation. In an answer, Tobias Plutat suggests to use The Microsoft Keyboard Layout Creator, which allows you to
assign or un-assign dead key behavior
The tool can be downloaded from microsoft.com. According to its installation ...
Credits to Martin Thoma for the link to AskUbubtu
Count the number of keys on your keyboard, and type (or paste) this in the terminal.
~$ sudo dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration
This command reconfigures a package called "keyboard-configuration" with administrative privilege (in case it's needed). So, this will reconfigure your keyboard layout ...