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    What has to be done for restoring the original size of onscreen keyboard in Windows XP?

    Few days ago, I have maximized the onscreen keyboard in my PC running on Windows XP with the help of task bar. Now, I need to restore its original size. What are the procedures required for that?



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    made4u Array
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    Re: What has to be done for restoring the original size of onscreen keyboard in Windows XP?

    hi,

    just u have to do one thing for that problem

    1. first of all close ur key board by alt+f4 or from task manager .

    2. after that again open ur key board it is shows maximised again then u can do one thing only.

    3. just go to any corner of that key board and it will shows u arrow and then drag it inside means take it small way and u can set it any size..

    4. one other way is if not works with this step then decrese ur screen resolution so it will shows u small and den make it minimised ..

    all d best ...i hope this will help for u

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    ghanathey swetha Array
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    Re: What has to be done for restoring the original size of onscreen keyboard in Windows XP?

    Hi.
    Follow the below steps:
    >>Start> Run> Regedit

    >>Go to the HKEY_Current_User branch. Drill down to Software> Microsoft> OSK.
    >>On the right hand side, delete the "Setting" and "Stepping" keys. You probably only need to remove the Setting key but both will rebuild
    automatically the next time OSK is launched. Close the registry editor.

    >>Open OSK again. You'll see the "first time" prompt that gives a blurb about
    OSK. Check the box not to see this again (if that's indeed what you want)
    and click OK. You should be back to normal again.

    Thank you.

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