How To Use Mouse Cursor Without Using Mouse In Windows 10

In this article you will learn how to use mouse cursor without using mouse In Windows 10.

We know that input device mouse plays an important role in the working of a computer like in “Programming”, Graphics Designing”, “Word Pad Editor”, etc. But let us suppose your input device “Mouse” is not working in a proper form and you don’t have any other “Mouse”. So to solve this problem here are the steps:

Step 1

Firstly, press “Shift + Alt + NumLock “ key button from keyboard and then open new pop-up window as in the following screenshot. Click the blue cored linked “Go to the Ease of Access Center to disable the keyboard shortcut”, After clicking this link a new windows opens up in the background and finally press yes button on current window.

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Step 2

After doing the first step we will go to the new window called “Set up Mouse key” as in the following screenshot,

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Here we can see the pointer speed option “Top Speed “and “Acceleration”. Increase both the speed levels to "High” and press apply the OK button as in the following screenshot.

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Step 3

After doing second step repeat first step like pressing “Shift + Alt + NumLock “ and then press yes button again. After pressing yes, the keyboards “Numerics keys” functionality is converted to mouse moving functionality.

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Note: Always remember after this step we cannot use the “numeric key” functionality.

Step 4

In this step we are using the cursor moving functionality via keyboards “Numeric Keys”. Just follow “0 to 9” key number as in the following screenshoot.

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“Numeric key” works as left side movement, 5 right side, 8 top side, 2 down side, 1 left down, 3 right down, 7 left top, 9 right top and 0 is used for an important task for complete window movement and also used for drag & drop. 6 is used for to perform any click event similar to left click event.

Step 5

In this step we will look at the working of all numeric keys. In this session we are working on all functions under active window but first set cursor pointer on title bar of active window via pressing “Key 0”.

Center

“Key 4” moves the windows center direction to center left direction as in the following screenshot.

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“Key 6” moves the windows center direction to center right direction as in the following screenshot.



“Key 2” moves the windows center direction to down direction as in the following screenshot.

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“Key 8” moves the windows center direction to top direction as in then following screenshot.

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“Key 1” moves the windows center direction to down left direction as in the following screenshot.

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“Key 3” moves the windows center direction to the down right direction as in the following screenshot.

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“Key 7” moves the windows center direction to the top left direction as in the following screenshot.

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“Key 9” moves the windows center direction to the top right direction as in the following screenshot.

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“Key 5” is used for opening my computer, first set mouse cursor on This PC icon and then press  “Key 5” two times. After pressing two
times a new This PC window opens as in the following screenshot.

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Summary

In this article we successfully learned how to change the keyboard “Numeric Keys” functionality to “Mouse Keys “functionality.