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    Is it possible to bring up ‘Caps Lock’ indicator on the screen of laptop running on Windows 7?

    I am not able to determine whether the ‘Caps Lock’ is on or off as there is no light flash on my laptop running on Windows 7. I have read somewhere that Windows 7 can display the status of Caps lock on system screen. How can I make it possible?



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    expert Array
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    Re: Is it possible to bring up ‘Caps Lock’ indicator on the screen of laptop running on Windows 7?

    Scroll down to the bottom part of the desktop and click on ‘Start’ button. Once the start menu pop up on the screen, locate search field and type Keyboard into it. Find out ‘Keyboard options’ from the search results and double click on it. Press the ‘Key Settings’ tab afterwards and wait until the ‘Key Settings List’ comes up on the screen. Navigate through that list and double click on the ‘CAPS LOCK’ option. Click on the checkbox next to the ‘Display CAPS LOCK status on screen’ label available on the menu pop up on the screen afterwards. Finally, make a single press on the ‘Finish’ button.

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    Re: Is it possible to bring up ‘Caps Lock’ indicator on the screen of laptop running on Windows 7?

    Hi.
    Follow the below steps:

    >>Go to the Control panel and select Keyboard.


    >>Select the Key settings Tab.


    >>Scroll down to Caps lock and double click it.

    >>check the box marked Displays CAPS Lock status on screen.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Is it possible to bring up ‘Caps Lock’ indicator on the screen of laptop running on Windows 7?

    Hi,

    Yes, your quest can be fulfilled if you follow the trail:

    START > search field type Keyboard > double click Keyboard options > Key Settings > double click CAPS LOCK > Click checkbox next to "Display CAPS LOCK status on screen" > Finish.

    And your deside will be satisfied.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Is it possible to bring up ‘Caps Lock’ indicator on the screen of laptop running on Windows 7?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I am not able to determine whether the ‘Caps Lock’ is on or off as there is no light flash on my laptop running on Windows 7. I have read somewhere that Windows 7 can display the status of Caps lock on system screen. How can I make it possible?
    HELLO DEAR,

    DEAR IF YOU WANT YOUR CAPS LOCK INDICATION ON THE SCREEN OF YOUR COMPUTER THEN DEAR YOU HAVE TO FOLLOW THE SIMPLE BELOW WRITTEN PROCEDURE:-

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    >> Dear first of all go to the start button on your screen a menu pop out from there .

    >> Dear there you got a search bar at the bottom so dear in the search bar write keyboard now you have to choose keyboard option from appeared options.

    >>After choosing the keyboard options now click on the tab key settings a key setting list appeared on the screen.

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    >> Dear now click on the caps lock option and click on the check box next to the display caps lock status on screen.

    >> After doing all above procedure click on finish tab.

    AND YOUR PROBLEM IS SOLVED.

    HAVE A NICE DAY,

    THANKS FOR VISITING,

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    Re: Is it possible to bring up ‘Caps Lock’ indicator on the screen of laptop running on Windows 7?

    Hello Guest !!

    caps lock light facility is inbuilt property that comes with laptop only.
    so changing your operating system will not let your caps lock light to be disabled or enabled.

    so,if you are not able to see your lights on laptop.
    so you cando one thing:-

    1.open my computer
    2.type anythingin address bar
    3.you will get to know about the status of your caps lock.

    hope you loke my idea.

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