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Is it possible to change the key size of the on-screen keyboard included with Windows XP?

I find it really difficult to use on a touch screen, when there is no keyboard available. I know you can the change the font size, but this does not change the key size.

On-Screen Keyboard

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i suppose you can increase the DPI settings. – Molly7244 Jan 21 '10 at 22:07
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Although there is no maximize button is possible to maximize it. Here is the workaround - http://www.bltt.org/software/xposk/osk_xp.htm#resize_note

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YES.

The keyboard is just a window.

Select and drag an edge or a corner and you can make the keyboard window any size, the keys will change size as the window size changes.

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