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How to program the Windows 7 On-screen keyboard

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I have a touchscreen display monitor that I would like to use with the Windows 7 On-Screen Keyboard. Does anyone know how to program the On-screen keyboard so that it always stays aligned to the very bottom center of my screen and cannot be closed by hitting the "X" in the upper right-hand corner? This is going to eventually be used as a customer kiosk and I don't want customers closing or moving the on-screen keyboard. Thanks for your help.
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Thanks Bitla, Could you tell me what the whole code would be from that page and where to put it in my computer? I have no idea how to implement and code visual c.
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