This diagram also shows the original QWERTY character, for reference, on the keys that change. I also have an Adobe Acrobat (PDF) version of this diagram, dvorkeys.pdf (78K), that you can download and print using Acrobat Reader (which you can get free from the Adobe website).
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The arrangement shown here is common to most Mac, DOS/Windows, and OS/2 Dvorak layouts, but it is not strictly ANSI standard Dvorak.
ANSI places both square brackets on the same key (requiring a shift for one), omits curly brackets (which usually end up both on the same key too), and leaves the +/= key on the topmost row.
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