Windows 7 Tutorial

Move your mouse pointer (cursor) with the keyboard in Windows 7 ("MouseKeys")

If you find yourself without a mouse, Windows 7 includes a feature called "MouseKeys" which lets you use your keyboard instead of a mouse or pen-and-tablet combo. When MouseKeys is turned on, some of the keys on your keyboard become "directional arrows" that allow you to move around the cursor on your screen.


Enable (or disable) MouseKeys on your Windows 7 computer

Follow these steps to start using your keyboard as mouse:

This is all it takes to enable MouseKeys in Windows 7, and move your mouse with the keyboard!

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