You can adjust the layout, alignment, or number of keys that appear on On-Screen Keyboard.
You can display On-Screen Keyboard in two different views (Standard Keyboard or Enhanced Keyboard) to promote faster typing or maximize the number of available keys.
Open On-Screen Keyboard by clicking the Start button , clicking All Programs, clicking Accessories, clicking Ease of Access, and then clicking On-Screen Keyboard.
Click Keyboard, and then select Enhanced Keyboard or Standard Keyboard.
Block layout displays the keys in vertical and horizontal rows, which can make selecting the keys easier. Regular layout displays the keys in overlapping rows, simulating a physical keyboard.
Click Keyboard, and then select Regular Layout or Block Layout.
When using regular layout, you can add extra keys to your keyboard layout by selecting the number of keys you want from the Keyboard menu.
Select the number of keys from the Keyboard menu:
101 keys displays a standard keyboard.
102 keys displays an extra backslash (\) next to the SHIFT key in the lower left.
106 keys displays extra characters useful for typing Japanese.