Using the Control Panel
- 1). Click the "Start" button to open the Start menu.
- 2). Click the "Control Panel" icon. This will open the Windows Control Panel. If you don't see the Control Panel icon, open the "Settings" menu and then click the "Control Panel" icon there.
- 3). Click the "Accessibility Options" icon in the Control Panel. The icon is a green handicapped symbol. This will open the Accessibility Options window. If clicking the icon instead opens a new Control Panel window, click the small "Accessibility Options" icon at the bottom of the window under the "or pick a Control Panel icon" heading.
- 4). Click the "Keyboard" tab at the top of the Accessibility Options window.
- 5). Click the "Use StickyKeys" box to un-check it. When the Sticky Keys box is checked, Sticky Keys is on. When the box is empty, Sticky Keys is disabled.
- 6). Click the "OK" button to save your changes and close the Accessibility Options window.
Using Shortcut Keys
- 1). Press the "Shift" key on your keyboard once to ensure that Sticky Keys is currently enabled. If Sticky Keys are enabled, you will hear a beeping sound.
- 2). Press the "Shift" key five times in a row. The button will beep every time you press it. At the end of the string of beeps, Sticky Keys will be disabled.
- 3). Press the "Shift" key five times in a row to re-enable Sticky Keys. When the dialogue box comes up, click the "OK" button.