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Category: On Screen Keyboard Program


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No-Keys is an on screen keyboard program designed for use by individuals with upper extremity disabilities. This computer software program displays a virtual keyboard on screen and enables the user to input text into any program using a mouse, track ball, or other similar pointing device. A scanning option is also available for those who are unable to manipulate a pointing device. Whatever keys are typed on the virtual keyboard are sent to the program selected by the user (word processor, E-mail program, text-to-speech program, etc.). The software has four built-in keyboards (including QWERTY), and allows the user to create custom keyboard configurations. This enables the computer to be operated entirely with a mouse, trackball, or similar pointing device. The program may also be used with a touch screen to eliminate the need for a physical keyboard. COMPATIBILITY: For use on IBM/PC computers with the Windows 3.1/95/98/NT/2000/ME/XP operating system.


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3624 Royal Fern Circle
32724 Deland , FL United States
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