Using your keyboard one-handed
This section explains how you can change your computer settings to make using the keyboard one-handed easier using ' StickyKeys '.
Many people use a computer keyboard with one hand, with a typing wand grasped in a fist, or using a mouth stick so programs that need you to press two or three keys at one time to carry out commands such as saving a document can be difficult, uncomfortable or just impossible to do with a standard keyboard setup.
Computers have a useful feature called ' StickyKeys ' built in which makes the modifier keys 'sticky' (for example ' Ctrl ' , ' Alt ' and ' Shift ' ). In other words it allows you to press one key at a time and tells your computer to respond as if the keys had been pressed simultaneously.
This section shows you how to use 'StickyKeys'.