On my sister's computer, the "A" and "1" keys broke, so is there a way to assign "a" and "1" to different, less used keys?

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She can't login because of this, but I can. Is there any way to fix this if my idea isn't possible?

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Jacob:
If this is a PC, just go out and buy a new keyboard; they aren't that expensive.

If you were to actually find a way to re-assign some keys keys, she would have trouble down the line:
1. If she ever needed the re-assigned keys, you wouldn't be able to use it.
2. If she got into the habit of using the re-assigned keys, she wouldn't be able to use a different PC that has a good keyboard.

Starrysky:
You can try alt key and number on the ten key keypad and enter the ASCII code number for that A or a or 1 symbol:
1 is alt + 49
A is alt + 65
a is alt + 97
See http://www.theasciicode.com.ar/ascii-pri…
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Please specify what computer and, most importantly, what operating system.

Some computers have an on screen keyboard that can be used with either a touch screen or a mouse.

Another option would be to get another keyboard.

Jesk:
plug in a usb keyboard, and then type it in

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