Getting use to touch screen keyboard...???

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  1. BigDave_NJ

    BigDave_NJ New Member

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    I am having a little bit of a rough time getting use to the touch screen keyboard. My fingers are just average in size however I seem to keep making mistakes by entering the wrong number or letter.

    Is there anything I could do to help with this? Can the sensitivity or size of the keyboard be altered in some way? Do they make a pen or something I could use to touch the keyboard instead of my fingers?

    Any input in this area would be very much appreciated.

    Thank You

    DAVID
  2. TechnoEagle

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    If you are using an iPad, then you can buy the iPad-compatible full-size keyboard from Apple. Otherwise, I don't believe there is anything you can do.
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    BigDave_NJ New Member

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    Hi... thanks. No, I am using an iPod. Isn't there some kind of wand or pen or something I can touch the screen with other than my fingers? Just wondering.

    Thanks

    David
  4. boomer678

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    You will get used to it soon. That's how i felt when i first got my iPod but now i can type really fast
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    Just type slowly at the moment and get used to it.

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    Then once you master that, increase your speed slowly, working your way up.
    That's how I was when I first got my iPod, I would screw up on spelling and I still do today.

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    It's normal since it's a touch screen.
    Styluses do not work as they don't convey electricity, which is used for the touch screen.

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