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Friday, November 25, 2011

On-screen Keyboards

On-Screen Keyboard Portable 1.2
On-Screen Keyboard Portable Screenshot On-Screen Keyboard Portable makes it easy to access Windows' built-in On-Screen Keyboard on any system you come across. It remembers your settings for sound, hover to select or click to select, always on top, keyboard layout and more as you move from PC to PC. And the icon sits right in your Menu for easy access. For earlier operating systems that lack a built-in on-screen keyboard (Windows 95/98/Me) it even includes a simple virtual keyboard that, while lighter on accessibility features, is still useful.
Keylogger Note: While on-screen keyboards offer protection against hardware keyloggers, they do not offer protection against software keyloggers (which are far more common). They are primarily intended as an accessibility tool or for alternate means of text entry (pen-based computing, etc).
Free Virtual Keyboard
A free, lightweight, multilingual and finger friendly virtual on-screen keyboard
Free Virtual Keyboard works on any Windows based UMPC with a passive touchscreen (Ultra-mobile PC, Tablet PC and Panel PC). If you spend a lot of time responding to e-mail or jotting down notes on your mobile computer and find your hardware keyboard awkward or too small, a screen software keyboard may be just the improvement you've been seeking. This handy keyboard has keys large enough to be typed with the fingertips.
Also Free Virtual Keyboard allows people with mobility impairments to type data by using a pointing device.
Change size, color and transparency of keyboard on the computer screen You can change size, color and transparency of keyboard with one click at any time. In full-screen mode virtual keyboard automatically resizes to fit the width of the screen when invoked. This means it works in both landscape and portrait orientation, something other keyboard does not do.
Auto-repeat function
The autorepeat function (any key held down to repeat same character continuously) is automatic. All relevant keys would auto-repeat when pressed continuously.
Run it from your portable USB flash drive
Free Virtual Keyboard is a totally portable application, meaning that you can put it on any USB stick and run it directly from there. In this way, your interactive keyboard will always be with you.
The settings are stored in the FreeVK.ini file located in the program installation folder. If it's impossible, settings are stored in the registry.

Microsoft Visual Keyboard 1.0 download
Download from MS
Visual Keyboard es un programa que permite escribir en más de un idioma en el mismo equipo mediante la presentación del teclado de otro idioma en la pantalla. Utilice Visual Keyboard cuando desee cambiar la distribución del teclado de un idioma a otro. Al cambiar la distribución del teclado, los caracteres que aparecen a medida que escribe pueden no corresponderse con los de su teclado. Visual Keyboard permite ver en la pantalla el teclado del idioma al que ha cambiado. De este modo, puede hacer clic en las teclas que aparecen en la pantalla o ver las teclas correctas que debe presionar para escribir el texto.
Por ejemplo, supongamos que está trabajando con una versión en español de Microsoft Word pero desea escribir texto en griego. Después de cambiar la distribución del teclado de inglés a griego, utilice Visual Keyboard para ver la distribución del teclado griego en la pantalla. Para escribir un carácter griego en el documento, haga clic en dicho carácter en el teclado que se muestra en pantalla o use Visual Keyboard como mapa para presionar las teclas de su teclado que se corresponden con las teclas de la pantalla.
Instrucciones de uso:
Antes de usar Visual Keyboard, debe instalar el teclado del idioma adicional que desea utilizar.
Para instalar idiomas adicionales, siga los pasos que se indican a continuación:
En el menú Inicio, seleccione Configuracióny, a continuación, haga clic en Panelde control. Después, determine si el icono Servicios de texto está presente. (El icono contiene la imagen de un lápiz, un teclado y un globo de texto.)
Si el icono Servicios de texto está presente, siga estos pasos:

  1. Haga doble clic en el icono Servicios de texto y, después, en la ficha Configuración .
  2. En Servicios instalados, haga clic en Agregar.
  3. En el cuadro Idioma de entrada escriba el nombre que desee y, a continuación, haga clic en Aceptar.
    El idioma del teclado seleccionado aparece en el cuadro Servicios instalados .
  4. Si desea pasar de una distribución de teclado a otra usando la barra Idioma, haga clic en Barra de idioma en Preferenciasy, a continuación, active la casilla de verificación Mostrar la barra de idioma en el escritorio .
Si el icono Servicios de textono está presente, siga estos pasos:
  1. Haga doble clic en el icono Teclado .
  2. Siga uno de estos procedimientos:
    • Si trabaja con Microsoft Windows® 98 o con Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition, haga clic en la ficha Idioma .
    • Si trabaja con Microsoft Windows NT® 4.0 o con Microsoft Windows 2000, haga clic en la ficha Configuración regional .
  3. Haga clic en Agregar y siga uno de estos procedimientos:
    • Si trabaja con Windows 98 o con Windows Millennium Edition, haga clic en el idioma que desee en la lista Idioma y, a continuación, haga clic en Aceptar.
    • Si trabaja con Windows NT 4.0 o con Windows 2000, haga clic en el idioma que desee en la lista Configuración regional y, a continuación, haga clic en Aceptar.
  4. Repita el paso 3 para cada idioma que desee agregar.
  5. Si desea pasar de una distribución de teclado a otra usando la barra de tareas de Windows, asegúrese de que esté activada la opción Habilitar el indicadoren la barra de tareas .
Una vez instalados los idiomas del teclado, usar Visual Keyboard es muy sencillo.
  • Para iniciar Visual Keyboard, haga clic en Microsoft Visual Keyboard en el menú Herramientas de Microsoft Office (menú Inicio, submenú Programas ).
    Aparecerá el teclado del idioma actual.
  • Para cambiar de idioma, busque el indicador de dos letras del idioma del teclado en la barra de tareas.
  • Para obtener una lista de los idiomas del teclado instalados, haga clic una vez en el indicador.
  • Para cambiar a otro idioma, seleccione el que desee en la lista.

 Click for other popular layouts
Click for other popular layouts Supported on 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP Vista compatible Windows 7 compatible
UpdatedVersion 3.03.411 is now available.  Click here
Click-N-Type is an on-screen virtual keyboard designed to provide computer accessibility to anyone with a disability that prevents him or her from typing on a physical computer keyboard.  As long as the physically challenged person can control a mouse, trackball, touch screen or other pointing device, this adaptive software keyboard allows you to send keystrokes to virtually any Windows application or DOS application that can run within a window. The Click-N-Type Virtual Keyboard requires Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista/Win-7 or later.  There are other onscreen virtual keyboards around but you'll find Click-N-Type the easiest to use for getting text into problematic applications.  Try them all.  You'll see they all work fine while typing into Notepad or WordPad, but when you attempt to do some real work, with all but the expensive ones, you'll get really annoyed really fast. The Click-N-Type Soft  Keyboard was designed with ease of use foremost in mind.  Oh yes, it's FREE.  If you need it, you can have it.  I've seen too many people trying to make money off disabled people.  Of course, if you'd like to drop Bridget a line at with any comments, I guess I couldn't stop you.  If you do, we can keep you informed of any fixes and/or future enhancements.
hot virtual keyboard 7.1 (vk_setup.exe) 
The Ultra-Mobile PC (often abbreviated UMPC) is a term for a small form factor PC and specification for tablet PCs. UMPC is a fully functional computer that runs the full version of Windows. The UMPC offers all the functionality of Windows with the additional Tablet and Touch Technology and delivers it in a form factor that is truly mobile. Users experience the same operating system with the same applications and features that are available on desktop and mobile PCs. UMPCs have enough processing power to support audio, video, and gaming, in addition to having rich support for browsing the internet as well as for other communication and networking applications.
UMPC Virtual Keyboard
UMPC Keyboard

The UMPC goes anywhere and can be used anytime, offering multiple input methods: touch screen, tablet pen, virtual keyboard (on-screen keyboard), speech, and optional Bluetooth or USB keyboard. In addition, several prototypes of "mounting solutions" have been previewed which permit the UMPC device to be mounted in the car, on the wall or attached to an adjustable arm.
As the units are so small, many UMPCs do not feature a physical keyboard (virtual keyboard only). With the electromagnetic digitizers common in most Tablet PCs today, you can see when the pen is close to the screen. But because the UMPC is a touch device, you cannot see when the tablet pen is close to the screen.
Users may be viewing in portrait or landscape mode. UMPCs generally have a widescreen aspect ratio.
UMPC Keyboard
Below you'll see a list of the compatible UMPC devices. You can view the latest UMPCs here and end-of-life UMPCs are also available.
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