How to Turn the "On-Screen Keyboard" On or Off in Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8
The On-Screen Keyboard is a tool that displays a virtual keyboard on the screen that allows you to type data using a pointing device, joystick, or mouse.
This will show you how to turn the On-Screen Keyboard on or off temporarily, and on or off at startup in Vista and Windows 7.
It is turned off by default.
The file path for the On-Screen Keyboard program is:
EXAMPLE: On-Screen Keyboard in Vista and Windows 7
EXAMPLE: Tablet PC On-Screen Keyboard
For the Normal On-Screen Keyboard
Close the On-Screen Keyboard. 2.
Open the Control Panel (Classic view)
in Vista, or Control Panel (icons view)
in Windows 7/8. 3.
Click on the Click to play
button in the video below. NOTE: This will show you how to turn the On-Screen Keyboard on temporarily until you close it, and on or off at the startup of Vista and Windows 7 when you log on
On-Screen Keyboard when a Tablet PC is Plugged In
NOTE: This for when you have a tablet pc plugged into your computer and cannot get the on-screen keyboard to turn off without unplugging the tablet pc.
1. To Turn Off the On-Screen Keyboard for a Tablet PC 2. To Turn On the On-Screen Keyboard for a Tablet PC 3.That's it,
Restart the computer.