With Mouse Keys, you can use the numeric keypad on your keyboard—instead of the mouse—to move the pointer.
Open Ease of Access Center by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel, clicking Ease of Access, and then clicking Ease of Access Center.
Click Make the mouse easier to use.
Under Control the mouse with the keyboard, select the Turn on Mouse Keys check box.
After you turn on Mouse Keys, you can use the numeric keypad to move the mouse.
Up and to the left
Up and to the right
Down and to the left
Down and to the right
Before you use Mouse Keys to click items on your screen, you must first select which mouse button you want to be the active button: the left button, the right one, or both.
Select the left mouse button
The forward slash (/)
Select both buttons
The asterisk (*)
Select the right mouse button
The minus sign (-)
If you choose to make the left mouse button the active button, it will remain the active button until you choose another button. After you select a mouse button, you don't need to select a mouse button again until you want to change buttons.
After you choose a button, you can click items on your screen.
Click an item
With the left button selected as your active button, point to the item, and then press 5
Right-click an item
With the right button selected as your active button, point to the item, and then press 5
With the left button selected as your active button, point to the item, and press the plus sign (+)
You can use the numeric keypad to press and hold the active mouse button and to release it. This is helpful if you want to drag an item.
Drag an item
Point to the item, and then press zero (0)
Point to the location where you want to move the item, and then press the decimal point (.)
You can also turn on Mouse Keys by pressing Left Alt+Left Shift+Num Lock.
To change options like how quickly the mouse pointer moves and whether your computer makes a sound when you turn on Mouse Keys, in the Ease of Access Center, under Control the mouse with the keyboard, click Set up Mouse Keys.