Saturday, October 30, 2010

On-Screen Keyboard In Windows XP

Windows XP comes with a rather cool virtual keyboard that you can operate with your mouse. When you start the On-Screen Keyboard a graphical representation of a keyboard is loaded as a separate window.

The On-Screen Keyboard allows people with mobility impairments to type using a mouse or joystick in place of a standard keyboard.

To access the On-Screen Keyboard:

1.Open the document that you want to type into.

2.Click "Start" and then click "Run".

3.Input "OSK" (without the quotes) in to the Run box and then click "OK".

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