here are my specs:
Lenovo IdeaPad 3 15ADA05
Office 365 Home English
Belgian keyboard lay-out (so I have to press "shift" key in order to type a number; otherwise if I press "1" i get "+" sign, if I press "2", I get "ľ" sign and so on)
here is my problem:
When I want to use quick access toolbar (QAT) shortcuts (e.g. ALT+1 or ALT+2, etc.) I have to simultaneously press the Shift key to effectively get ALT+number. It seems natural on a Slovak keyboard. Because if I press ALT+1 (without shift) I am actually pressing something that Excel reads as ALT+"+" or instead of ALT+2 Excel gets ALT+ľ (those are the corresponding Slovak-keyboard characters).
The thing is I know it can be set up otherwise. On my other laptop, I do not face this problem. When in Excel I simply press ALT+1 (without Shift) to activate the first item in QAT. Same thing worked on my work computer - Slovak keyboard and no need to press the Shift key to activate command from QAT.
Have you ever came across this kind of issue? I will appreciate any and all advices