In case your keyboard ''s some
keys stop working Microsoft provides you with an alternative way to type in
using the mouse.To make this tool work, go to Start menu=Select
Run=Type OSK=Press OKThe Online keyboard gets activated and
you can key-in with your Mouse.Narrator
overview - Narrator is a text-to-speech
utility for users who are blind or have impaired vision. Narrator reads what is
displayed on your screen: the contents of the active window, menu options, or
the text you have typed.Narrator is designed to work with Notepad,
Wordpad, Control Panel programs, Internet Explorer, the Windows desktop, and
Windows setup. Narrator may not read words aloud correctly in other
programs.Narrator has a number of options that allow you to customize
the way screen elements are read -You can have new windows, menus, or
shortcut menus read aloud when they are displayed. You can have typed
characters read aloud. You can have the mouse pointer follow the active item
on the screen. You can adjust the speed, volume, or pitch of the voice.
To open Narrator, click Start-point to All Programs, point
to Accessories, point to Accessibility and then click Narrator.
To open Narrator using the keyboard, press CTRL+ESC, press R, type narrator, and then press ENTER. Narrator is not available
for all languages and is only supported on the English version of Windows XP. However, Narrator may not start if your computer does not have
text-to-speech program capability.