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as standard all windows (as far as i know) have a keyboard software program in accessories>accessablity file

this is hand if u have touch screen. but i want to know can a custom one be made? and if so how do you go about making it?
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A touch screen is too complicated to try making yourself. The best you can do for a CRT monitor( of flat panel too) is this.

http://www.touchscre...ucts-addon.html

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thanks for the reply but i should be clearer sorry, can u write a custome program of a keyboard? so a on screen keyboard where the buttons r your own deisgn n in ur own order
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Something like this?

http://www.imgpresents.com/

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yea thats the kinda thing im look at, do u know how to make one yourself?
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If i had to do it i would probably knock something up in VB i dont think it would take to long if you wanted it just something rough, if you know java you could maybe do it on that, but what coding experience do you have.
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pretty much none lol, but willing n egar to learn tho
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Well if you want to learn there is loads of online resources or there are lots of books available http://www.techtoolb...ogramming-books has a list of online stuff.

I learned VB ive picked up and forgotten a few but VB is a good place to start for beginers its good to learn principles on and its relativley simple as well.
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