This is a Windows tip.

If you need a keyboard and don’t have a keyboard, do Start | Run and type on “osk” (no quotes) to see an on-screen keyboard.  You can just mouse and click keys to make them show up in your application.

I found this in a discussion on how to hit the Windows key if your keyboard doesn’t have a Windows key.

This is one of those things that you’ll need about once every ten years – but then it will be very handy.

You’re welcome.