Tips for the Fumble Fingered.
Ever get into a furious typing session only to discover that you've typed half a paragraph in all caps? Your pinkie finger has betrayed you? There is a way to help prevent that. Make Windows play a sound when the Caps Lock key is pressed.
1. Open your PC's Control Panel and then Accessibility Options (In XP use Classic View).
2. On the Keyboard tab , click the Use Toggle Keys checkbox.
3. Click OK.
Now you'll hear a sound when you use Caps Lock and also Num Lock and Scroll Lock.
If you're a bit hard of hearing or need a visual warning for some other reason, try this:
1. Repeat step one above.
2. In the Sound tab ckick to check the Use SoundSentry checkbox.
3. Click the Settings button and select Flash active window in the Warning for windowed programs drop-down menu.
4. Click OK and you're done.
Now every time you hit Caps Lock or the other Lock keys, the currently active window will flash at you. "