Today, my keyboard suddenly started malfunctioning and I was left in the middle-of-nowhere since I had to send some important documents to my boss.
While I wait for service guys to figure out what has happened to my keyboard (or buy a replacement) , here is a great way to use XP’s default On-Screen keyboard.
(I never knew that XP comes with one! Did you?)
To use the On-Screen-keyboard:
Click on “Start” Menu, select “Run” and type “OSK” (without double quotes) and hit Ok!
You will be presented with the on-screen keyboard, which can be used with the help of a mouse.
Also see: Is Caps lock really needed?
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