The on-screen touch keyboard is essential when using a device without a physical keyboard connected. This video shows how to access the touch keyboard, explains the basics of using the touch keyboard, and then introduces some alternative options.
- [Instructor] When using a computer…or a tablet with no keyboard,…the on-screen Touch keyboard becomes indispensable.…Starting here in the Tablet mode,…I want to launch an application…where I would normally type in some text,…so I'm going to open up the Edge web browser.…And when you're in the Tablet mode…and you have no physical keyboard connected,…the on-screen keyboard should automatically appear…whenever you need it.…So, for example, if I tap on the address bar here,…the on-screen keyboard pops up…because this is a place where I would need…to type in some text.…If you're finished with it or you don't want to use…the keyboard, you can close it…by tapping the X button near the top-right corner…of that panel.…
If the on-screen keyboard does not automatically appear…for you, just take a look at the system tray.…That's the area in the Taskbar…in the far bottom right corner.…There should be a button there…to open up the on-screen keyboard.…Okay, so my cursor is still in the address bar,…so let's type in a website address.…
- Name the important peripheral component that is included with all Surface Books.
- Recall how to bring up the Action Center in Windows 10 using a touch screen.
- Recognize the applications that have native support for the Surface Pen in Windows 10.
- Identify the Windows Settings selection where you find the sign-in options.
- Name the biometric information that you can use to sign into Windows 10.