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How to turn off Sticky Keys: disable the Ease of Access feature Tip: use the Windows Ease of Access Center
How to turn off Sticky Keys: what are Sticky Keys and why turn them off? Sticky Keys is a Windows Ease of Access feature that makes it possible to use keyboard shortcuts or type capital letters without needing to press more than one key at once. Normally, you'd hold down the Shift key while pressing a letter to type a capital, or hold down the Ctrl key while pressing 'S' to save a document. It's even trickier if you want to use a shortcut such as Ctrl-Alt-Del or Ctrl-Shift-Esc.
With Sticky Keys, you can press Ctrl, Shift or Alt, let go and then press another key - Windows will interpret this as pressing two keys together. You should also hear a beep if you have speakers connected.
That's great if you're disabled and can't press two keys at once, but what if you want to disable Sticky Keys?
How to turn off Sticky Keys in Windows 8 You can't press Shift another five times. Instead, you need to bring up the Start menu (or Start screen in Windows 8) by pressing the Windows key. Now type "ease of access" and click on Ease of Access in the list of results.
If you're using Windows 8, you need to click on the Ease of Access Keyboard settings result, and then it's a simple case of sliding the Sticky Keys toggle to 'off'.
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A computer keyboard serves as a main operating tool for accessing and inputting data into a computer. The keyboard features many functions and keys that a user may never use, but is still essential to some users. Understanding the keyboard can improve computer knowledge and use.
The "QWERTY" pad is main sections of letters on the keyboard. These letters are mainly used for typing and also as shortcuts in programs like Windows Movie Maker, Adobe After Effects and computer games. Number Pads
The far right side of the keyboard features a number pad that resembles a calculator. This number pad is essential for programs like Excel, but can also be used to input numbers as a typing function. More numbers are just above the "QWERTY" keyboard that also feature symbols when the "Shift" button is used. Arrow Keys
The right bottom of a keyboard features four directional arrow keys. These keys provide navigation through word processing documents and also serve as scrolling functions in web browsers. F Bar
The top of a keyboard features the "F Keys," a selection of keys that extends to "F12" on most keyboards. These keys serve different functions. For example, "Alt and F4" exits out of a program. "F1" will start the typing helper in word processing programs. Extra Keys
New keyboard feature shortcut keys at the top of the keyboard. These include shortcuts like "Power," "Sleep Mode," "Calculator," "My Computer" and "Web." Some also include media controls for movies and music.
------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The way the Internet community does it: www.autohotkey.com - freeware - allows you to "package" a number of keystrokes into a "keyboard macro" and invoke that macro thru the use of a "hotkey." Keyboard macros can be as short as one function key, but some Win7 function keys cannot be ove-written, such as F5
Well there are no user manual on internet for your keyboard, anyway the shortcut keys are not shown on any keyboard manuals, the shortcut keys are depends upon the operating system you are using. If you are using a Windows operating system then please follow the below link to know the shortcuts -
(Just copy and past the above link in your web browser) Please post comments if you need any other help or information........
I've run into this a lot myself and personally find it annoying more than useful. While typing, your punctuation keys suddenly switch to their french functions. By defaul, Vista assigns a keyboard shortcut fo changing input languages.
This shortcut is ctrl+shift - a very easy combination to press by mistake. To solve this problem, just press crtl+shift until you're back to english. You can change this shortcut or disable it all together.
Open the control panel then click "change keyboards or other input methods" under "clock, language and region". In the window that pops up, click "change keyboards..." then select the "advanced key settings" tab. This is where you can edit and disable language related shortcuts. To change one, click on the profile and then click "change key sequence". Under "switch keyboard layout", select "unassigned" to disable that shortcut.
Most programmes utilise keyboard shortcuts. It says which key combinations will perform which command next to the options on the drop down menus when you click on file, edit, view, etc. These shortcuts usually a letter key in combination with ctrl key, alt key , sometimes ctrl+shift. Possibly you are pressing the ctrl key at same time when you press the shift key?
If there is a lock feature, its probably on it as a function key. (maybe the F1, F2, etc keys?) Function keys are usually a different color and need to be used while pressing the Fn/Function key (could be called something else, just look for something other than shift/ctrl/alt/windows key).