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How to type without keyboard windows 10, 8.1, 7

Type Without Keyboard In Your Computer With This Simple Trick

Sometimes you are doing important work on the computer and your keyboard stops working, so your important work stops.

But you should not be disturbed in such a situation.In this article we are going to tell you an easy way that will help you to type on the computer even after the keyboard is damaged.

Windows already has pre-installed ‘onscreen keyboard’. With this, you can easily type without a keyboard. You can take help of the mouse to type in the ‘Onscreen Keyboard’.

Along with this, you can also take the help of some extensions that can reconfigure your voice and convert it to text. You can type the article with the help of these extensions.

How To Find Onscreen Keyboard

Even if your computer or laptop’s keyboard is bad, you can still get help with the onscreen keyboard. For this you have to go to the system’s Start menu.

After that go to ‘Program’ here. Here you will see the option of virtual keyboard. In addition, if you are using Windows 7, then type “On Screen Keyboard” in the search bar given on the Start.

On this screen keyboard you can type with the help of the mouse. Let you know that the onscreen keyboard contains all the buttons that are in the normal keyboard.

Can type even your Mouse click is not working

Even if the click of your mouse is not working, you can still type in the on-screen keyboard. For this, move the mouse cursor over the word or letter that you want to type.

However, for this you have to make some changes to the settings of the onscreen keyboard.

These changes in settings: First of all, click the option on the right-hand side of the onscreen keyboard. You will now have a new window open in front of you.

In this, you have to select the option of ‘hover Over Keys’. Here you will get an option to choose a time. With this, a word or letter will automatically type on mouse hover.

You can change time more or less. After doing the entire process, click OK. Keep in mind that the mouse click button should be fine while changing settings.

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Ankit Bhardwaj is Founder of 'Teknologya'. He has a very deep interest in learning things related to the digital world and love to sharing his knowledge with others through blogs.
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