18 Temmuz 2010 Pazar

On-Screen Keyboard in Windows XP

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

To type something by using your virtual keyboard, focus on where you want to write and simply click the corresponding key with your mouse. That's all. This feature is mainly intended as an accessibility option. The On-Screen Keyboard allows people with mobility impairments to type using a mouse or joystick in place of a standard keyboard. Also, this little tool is very useful when you have problems with your keyboard or just a key on your keyboard which is physically deformed.

To run your On-Screen Keyboard application;
 - First, open the document/application that you want to write into.
 - Then, click "Start" and then click "Run" to reach the Run box.
 - Input "osk" (don't use the quotes) in to the box and click "OK".

To learn more about using On–Screen Keyboard, you can visit the following link.

I hope you find this useful.

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