22 May 2013

Enable Mouse Function in Num Keys of Keyoard Keys


Have you tried using mouse by keyboard? Sometime we need to use it when suddenly our mouse stops working or we want to use computer having no mouse. It is also useful if you are using laptop and suddenly touch-pad is not working or having problem. It will only work with Num keys on right side of your keyboard. If you don’t have Num Pad in your keyboard then Num Keys are placed in alphabet keys and can be used with fn + [Num Keys].

Just follow these simple steps to activate mouse keys in your computer/laptop. There are different processes for Windows-XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. In this post I have posted for windows XP and Windows 7. You can activate in other Windows in same way in Windows 8, 8.1 or 10.

How to Activate Mouse Keys in Windows 7 using Keyboard
  • Press Windows + R to open Run [Or go to Start then Click on Run]
  • Type control to open Control Panel
  • Use Tab and Arrow Keys to go to Ease of Access
  • Press Enter Key
  • Go to change how your mouse works or change how your keyboard works
  • Press Alt + M to tick on Turn on Mouse Keys [ or use Tab and Arrows Key]
  • Use Tab and Arrow Keys and hit Enter on OK Button

How to Activate Mouse Keys in Windows-XP
  • Press Windows + R to open Run [Or go to Start then Click on Run]
  • Type control to open Control Panel
  • Use Tab and Arrow Keys to go to Accessibility Options
  • Press Enter Key
  • Click on Mouse
  • Put tick on Use Mouse Keys


  • Use Tab and Arrow Keys and hit Enter on OK Button
Note: You can use Ctrl and Shift Keys to speed up slow down cursor movement.

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