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When you are typing and you accidentally hit the Caps Lock key, you may find you have to retype a whole sentence. In this guide, you’ll learn how to turn toggle keys on so a sound plays when you hit the Caps, Scroll, and Num Lock keys.

Turn on Beeps after Hitting a Lock Key

1. Press Start > Control Panel

2. Double click Accessibility Options (Vista users type toggle in the search box)

Turn on an Alert Sound When You Press Caps Num Scroll Lock 1

3. Select the ToggleKeys checkbox

Turn on an Alert Sound When You Press Caps Num Scroll Lock 2

4. Press OK

Now you will be alerted when the lock keys are pressed.



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