You can gain easy access to the Mac OX on-screen keyboard feature. The on-screen keyboard is especially handy for finding and using odd, foreign and not often used symbols and glyphs. In this lesson you will learn how to activate the on-screen keyboard on Mac OS X Leopard.
Things You'll Need
- Mac OS X
In the Finder, click on the Apple Menu in the upper left-hand corner of your screen and select "System Preferences."
In the open "System Preferences" menu, select the "International" Preference Pane and click the Preference Pane to open it.
Once the "International" Preference Pane is open, select the "Input Menu" button at the top of the Pane and then click the "International" check-box on the left hand side of the "Preference Pane." Close the "Preference Panel" window.
In the menu bar at the top of the Finder, you will now notice a flag icon. Click on the flag icon and select "Show Keyboard Viewer" to open the on-screen keyboard
Tips & Warnings
- The on-screen keyboard is re-sizable using the green minimize and maximize window button.