• Change the font for On-Screen Keyboard keys
  • Set On-Screen Keyboard to use audible clicks (Click Sound)
  • Accessibility Tutorials for Windows Vista




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    Change the way you interact with On-Screen Keyboard


    You can enter data in On-Screen Keyboard in three different ways:

    • Clicking mode. In clicking mode, you click the on-screen keys to type text.

    • Hovering mode. In hovering mode, you use a mouse or joystick to point to a key for a predefined period of time, and the selected character is typed automatically.

    • Scanning mode. In scanning mode, On-Screen Keyboard continually scans the keyboard and highlights areas where you can type keyboard characters by pressing a hot key or using a switch-input device. Use scanning mode to select keys with a single button or key.




    Mouse actions

    Keyboard actions

    1

    • Start or turn on On-Screen Keyboard

    2

    In On-Screen Keyboard, select:

    • Settings menu.

    • Typing Mode.

    In On-Screen Keyboard, select:

    • Settings menu by pressing ALT+S.

    • Typing Mode by pressing T.

    3

    Select one of the following typing modes:

    Note: You can also choose the scan interval after selecting "Joystick or key to select."

    Select one of the following typing modes:

    • Click to select by pressing ALT+K.

    • Hover to select by pressing ALT+H.

    • Joystick or key to select by pressing ALT+J.

    Note: You can also choose the scan interval after selecting "Joystick or key to select," by pressing TAB and the arrow keys.

    4

    Save your selections:

    • Select OK.

    Save your selections:

    • Select OK by pressing ALT+O.



    Change the font for On-Screen Keyboard keys


    On-Screen Keyboard keys may be easier to see if you change the font that appears on the virtual keyboard keys. The fonts that most people find easiest to see on the screen are Verdana and Arial. On-Screen Keyboard uses Verdana by default.




    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:

    • Settings.

    • Font.

    In On-Screen Keyboard, select:

    • Settings by pressing ALT+S.

    • Font by pressing F.

    3

    Choose values from the lists for these On-Screen Keyboard options:

    • Font.

    • Font style.

    • Font Size.

    Choose values from the lists for these On-Screen Keyboard options by selecting:

    • Font box by pressing ALT+F, then the arrow keys to select a font.

    • Font style box by pressing ALT+Y, then the arrow keys to select a style.

    • Font Size box by pressing ALT+S, then the arrow keys to select a size.

    4

    Save your selections and close the Settings window:

    • Select OK.

    Save your selections and close the Settings window:



    Set On-Screen Keyboard to use audible clicks (Click Sound)


    You can set On-Screen Keyboard to register keystrokes with an audible click sound.




    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:

    In On-Screen Keyboard, select:

    • Settings by pressing ALT+S.

    • Use Click Sound by pressing U.



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