Make the Caps Lock key beep when pressed in Windows 7
It can be pretty frustrating to realize that you are typing some important text in a document and all the letters are getting typed in the ‘Capital’ case. Don’t worry, it may not necessarily be a keyboard issue – this situation can arise even if you accidentally switch on the ‘Caps’ lock on your keyboard. Although small, the unintentional action on the keyboard can land you in a tricky place. However, there isn’t a need to worry yet. You can customize the keyboard and let it send you an alert, each time you press the Caps lock. This can keep things under control and since you will be instantly notified, you can rectify the action and continue typing the way you want to.
If you are using a Windows 7-based PC, here is what you can do:
1. Click on the ‘Start’ menu and then click ‘Control Panel’.
2. Click on ‘Ease of Access Center’.
3. Scroll down under ‘Explore All Settings’, and click ‘Make the Keyboard Easier to Use’.
4. Under ‘Make it Easier to Type’, select the check box next to ‘Turn on Toggle Keys’.
5. Click ‘OK’ to save changes and close the Control Panel window.
6. That’s it, now when you hit the Caps Lock key by accident or not, it will beep to alert you it’s been pressed.
Isn’t it simple? By following the above mentioned steps you can easily set your keyboard to beep, every time you pressed the ‘Caps’ lock key. To help you better comprehend the solution steps, here is a short video that you can check out.
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