Welcome to Dr Keyboard's website

Dr Keyboard is the largest privately-owned database of computing questions and answers in the world. Here you can read all the previous Dr Keyboard Questions and Answers - including Absolute Beginners - and the Shortcuts column also written every week by Dr Keyboard author Chris Ward-Johnson in The Times (of London).

There's a full listing of every Q&A with a search facility to help you find an answer to your problem. Click on "Got a question? Click here" on the left or just type it in the box above.

You can chat, live, with Dr Keyboard every week or post your question on the Chateau Keyboard message board. And if you can't find the answer to your question here, you can e-mail it to Dr Keyboard himself. You can also join the Dr Keyboard Mailing list and receive an e-mail every week containing all the latest columns plus details of new developments here.

If you're new to the Internet and the World Wide Web there are a couple of pages designed to help you find your way about - see the special menu on the right. There's the Start Here page which gives a quick guide to getting around; the Jargon page which explains a few of the commoner words and abbreviations you might come across; and the About This Site page which will give you some background to the Dr Keyboard project.

You can read the latest Dr Keyboard column here, and you can read Dr Keyboard's diary from Chateau Keyboard, the daily details of what he's doing.





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Miscellaneous:

If you're interested in Dr Keyboard's book, go to http://www.drkeyboard.com/trouble
Read more about Dr Keyboard's daily life at http://www.drkeyboard.net/diary
Details of Dr Keyboard's personal support services are at http://www.drkeyboard.com/support

I no longer answer questions by e-mail. Use the message board at DrKeyboard.Net for your questions. The mailing will continue, at least for the time being. I'm going to be sending out the Timesavers column I write for The Times every week, plus the weekly Absolute Beginners feature. There may also be some Q&As as I go through back issues of the column, sorting them out to put on the website.