Chromebooks have many accessibility options, but the one most frequently seen is the onscreen keyboard.  The onscreen keyboard may take the place of the physical keyboard, if necessary.  To turn the onscreen keyboard on or off, click on the settings in the bottom right hand corner of the Chromebook screen, and choose Accessibility.  This may be represented by a little stick figure as well.

demonstration of clicking on settings and then accessibility to add/remove the onscreen keyboard

Once you have chosen the Accessibility menu, you can see what features are enabled.  To disable (or enable), click on them.

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