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Turn On and Use On-Screen Keyboard

On-Screen Keyboard is an accessibility utility that displays a virtual keyboard on the computer screen that allows people with mobility impairments to type data by using a pointing device or joystick. Besides providing a minimum level of functionality for some people with mobility impairments, On-Screen Keyboard can also help people who do not know how to type. This procedure tells you how to turn on and use On-Screen Keyboard.

 

Mouse actions

Keyboard actions

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On the Start menu:

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Point to All Programs.

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Point to Accessories.

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Point to Accessibility.

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Select On-Screen Keyboard.

Note  A message box with a link to more information about the On-Screen Keyboard may appear. To close the box, select OK.

Display the Start menu by pressing CTRL+ESC (or the Windows logo key Windows logo key).

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Move to All Programs by pressing P.

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If it does not open automatically, press ENTER to open the All Programs menu.

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Move to Accessories by pressing the DOWN ARROW key.

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Press ENTER.

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Select Accessibility by pressing ENTER.

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Move to On-Screen Keyboard by pressing the DOWN ARROW key.

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Press ENTER.

Note  A message box with a link to more information about accessibility utilities may appear. To close the box, press ALT+TAB to select the message box, and then press ENTER. Then, press ALT+TAB to select the document in which you want to begin working.

To continue

To continue customizing On-Screen Keyboard, see one or more of the following step by step tutorials:

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Select a Keyboard Layout 

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Select a Font for On-Screen Keyboard Keys 

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Use an Audible Click 

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Use Clicking Mode 

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Use Hovering Mode 

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Use Scanning Mode 

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Keep On-Screen Keyboard Window on Top 

On-Screen Keyboard: Open

On-Screen Keyboard: Open

On-Screen Keyboard: Keyboard layout

On-Screen Keyboard: Keyboard layout


 

 

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