Learn Windows 7 - Sticky Keys





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Published on Feb 18, 2011

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In this video, Mahalo Windows expert Sean Hewitt explains all about sticky keys.

What Is Sticky Keys?

Sticky keys is the universal feature that will allow a user to press buttons separately that normally would have to be pressed simultaneously. For instance, for the shortcut Alt+Tab, simply press Shift five times then Alt then Tab.

Deactivate Sticky Keys

If you don't want Sticky Keys to automatically kick in every time you press Shift five times, click Start and type "keyboard how" into Search. Click Set up Sticky Keys then uncheck the boxes for "Turn on Sticky Keys" and "Turn on Sticky Keys when SHIFT is pressed five times." Click OK.
Another way to get to the Sticky Keys options is click Start then Control Panel. Select Ease of Access then Change how your keyboard works. You can now uncheck the same boxes as before.

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