|OnScreen: for Windows; On-Screen Keyboards with Assistive Technology; Version 1.80; User's Guide|
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This guide is a comprehensive collection of details, notes, and information about OnScreen. Portions are incorporated within the product itself, and it is also available in various forms (e.g. printed, on-line, PDF, etc.).
Important User Information
This guide is for users who are familiar with Windows, its basic concepts, and how to operate within Windows. If you are not, the information you may need to fully utilize OnScreen and this guide may be limited. You may wish to review Windows help, tutorials, and other available information on using and operating Windows before continuing using this guide.
In order to address various customer needs and requirements, there are numerous versions, customizations, and special releases available. This guide is created from a single source, and can contain references and information about other versions, capabilities, and features that may NOT be represented in the version you are using. In some places within this guide, there may be mentions of other supporting software that are part of the IMG family of products.
Build-A-Board - customizable keyboard layout generator with support for multiple platforms
CrossScanner - complete Windows access from a single-switch (for users who can't use standard input devices)
Joystick-To-Mouse - enables point and click operation within Windows from a joystick or gaming device
Touchright Utilities - right-click access for touchscreens and other pointing devices
Specific notes for these and other products may be found within this guide.
Conventions used within this guide
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