Having issues with uppercase/lowercase and special characters in Powershelgl

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    I am a newbie to Powershell. I have been playing around with various code and have run into issues with uppercase/lowercase and special characters (e.g. *%#, etc).

    Uppercase: When I select the shift key + letter, the result is a capital letter....however, everything after that point is also in caps even though the "shift" and "CAP" key have been disabled.

    Lowercase: Instances of lowercase even though the "CAP" key has been enabled.

    Special Codes: I only get numbers not the special character

    Note: The keys work perfectly in other applications and produce the expected result. I only have this issue in Powershelgl

    Can anyone help?

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    Are you running an international version of Windows?

    Does this happen in the PowerShell console, or in the ISE, or both?

    Is this in a virtual machine, or on your host computer?

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