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I have to admit that even I neglected this feature for quite awhile (which was not intentional, because I really didn’t know this feature existed).
The On-Screen Keyboard allows you to type without a keyboard or in my case type without having to drag out my keyboard (which in my workstation setup, the keyboard sits on the side of the tower).
To get to it, Click ,
Type osk then click
Alternatively you can access the On-Screen Keyboard by going to Start, then All Programs, then Accessories, then Accessibility, then On Screen Keyboard