• Start On-Screen Keyboard for the current session
  • Turn on On-Screen Keyboard so that it starts automatically
  • Select a layout for On-Screen Keyboard
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    Type Without Using the Keyboard (On-Screen Keyboard)


    On-Screen Keyboard lets you type and interact with your computer using an alternative input device like a switch, rather than the physical keyboard. On-Screen Keyboard displays a visual keyboard with all of the standard keys. You can select keys using the mouse or another pointing device, a small group of keys, or just one key, depending on how you set up On-Screen Keyboard.

    There are two ways to start On-Screen Keyboard:


    Start On-Screen Keyboard for the current session





    Mouse actions

    Keyboard actions

    1

    To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

    • Start.

    • Control Panel.

    • Ease of Access.

    • Ease of Access Center.

    To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

    • Windows logo key +U.

    2

    Under Quick access to common tools, select:

    • Start On-Screen Keyboard.

    Under Quick access to common tools, select:

    • Start On-Screen Keyboard by pressing ALT+K.


    Turn on On-Screen Keyboard so that it starts automatically


    Start On-Screen Keyboard each time you log on to your computer.




    Mouse actions

    Keyboard actions

    1

    Under Explore all settings, select:

    • Use the computer without a mouse or keyboard.

    Under Explore all settings, select:

    • Use the computer without a mouse or keyboard by pressing TAB, then ENTER.

    2

    Under Type using a pointing device, select:

    • Use On-Screen Keyboard.

    • Select Save.

    Under Type using a pointing device, select:

    • Use On-Screen Keyboard by pressing ALT+K.

    • Select Save by pressing ALT+S.


    Select a layout for On-Screen Keyboard


    On-Screen Keyboard provides a number of keyboard layout options for faster typing and more convenience.




    Mouse actions

    Keyboard actions

    1

    • Start or turn on On-Screen Keyboard

    • Start or turn on On-Screen Keyboard

    2

    In On-Screen Keyboard:

    • Select the Keyboard menu.

    In On-Screen Keyboard:

    • Select the Keyboard menu by pressing ALT+K.

    3

    On the Keyboard menu, select from these keyboard layout options:

    • Enhanced Keyboard

    • Standard Keyboard

    • Regular Layout

    • Block Layout

    • 101 keys

    • 102 keys

    • 106 keys

    On the Keyboard menu, select from these keyboard layout options:

    • Enhanced Keyboard by pressing E.

    • Standard Keyboard by pressing S.

    • Regular Layout by pressing R.

    • Block Layout by pressing B.

    • 101 keys by pressing 1.

    • 102 keys by pressing 2.

    • 106 keys by pressing 6.

    To allow faster typing or make more keys available
    You can display On-Screen Keyboard in two different views (Standard Keyboard or Enhanced Keyboard) to promote faster typing or maximize the number of available keys. Standard keyboard mode includes fewer keys and takes less space. You may find that it is faster when all you need to do is type. Enhanced keyboard mode includes the numeric keypad (the number keys are located on the right side of most physical keyboards), as well as additional keys. You can also organize keys either in rows or like a keyboard.

    To organize keys either in rows or like a keyboard
    Block layout displays the keys in vertical and horizontal rows, which can make selecting the keys easier. Regular layout displays the keys in overlapping rows, simulating a physical keyboard. Regular layout and block layout can each be used on either of the keyboard modes described above.

    To add extra keys to the keyboard
    When in regular layout, you can add extra keys to your layout by selecting the number of keys you want from the keyboard menu.

    101 keys displays a standard keyboard.

    102 keys displays an extra backslash ("\") next to the Shift key in the lower left.

    106 keys displays extra characters useful for those typing in Japanese.




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