|OnScreen: for Windows; On-Screen Keyboards with Assistive Technology; Version 1.79; User's Guide|
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The OnScreen Menu does not have any keyboard short-cuts - OnScreen was designed to operate entirely from a pointing device.
For Keyboard users who want to close OnScreen, make sure the Cursor is not over the OnScreen display, then Use Alt-Tab to select the OnScreen window, and use Alt-Space to bring up the OnScreen Menu for OnScreen, then arrow down to select Close.
Keyboard Users can Minimize OnScreen by doing the above & selecting a Minimize option.
If a Any Windows Menu is up in an application, the following limitations affect OnScreen: You Cannot Move OnScreen, or if you do, the Menu will close. Assignments to Middle & Right buttons will not work! Cannot move through System Menu Bar Highlight if there are no Pop-up menus.