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    Can someone tell me how to access sticky keys?
    I used to get there by pressing shift key 5 times rapid but I changed i up and now i cant access it again to change the preferences.

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    What's a sticky key?:confused:

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    To get to it, at least under XP, go into your control panel, then Accessibility Options...right under the keyboard tab. Hope that helps :cheers:

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    Quote Originally Posted by PersianImmortal
    What's a sticky key?:confused:
    It is a setting for people who can't press two or more keys at once. For example, if you want to press Ctrl + Alt + Del but you can't do so because of some physical problems, you can switch the "sticky keys" on. Now whenever you want to press Ctrl + Alt + Del, you can do so by pressing each key at one time rather then having your fingers on all the ones at the same time. Windows remembers the special keys being pressed and then performs the action depending on the next key pressed.
    Special keys here means --> Ctrl, Alt, Shift and Win keys.
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