If using Windows 10 or Windows 11, you can control the mouse pointer without using the mouse. Windows 10 & 11 has a feature that allows you to use the numeric keypad as a mouse.
Mouse Keys feature is available on Windows 10 and Windows 11 and it allows you to use the numeric keypad as a mouse. This feature is handy in cases where you don’t have a mouse connected to your PC.
Steps to use the numeric keypad as a mouse on Windows 10/11
Step 1: Into the Settings > Ease of Access. On the left you choose Mouse, on the right you turn on the option in the section Control your mouse with a keypad.
Step 2: Now you need to set the mouse key speed and mouse key acceleration. Set the speed to your liking.
That’s it, you can now move your cursor by pressing the 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 or 9 keys on the numeric keypad.
To enable Mouse Keys on Windows 11, go to Settings > Accessibility > mouse > Enable Mouse Keys option.
How to click mouse key
You can use the key combinations shared below to click while using the mouse keys.
Number key ‘5’ – left click
‘ /’ key – left click.
‘-‘ key – right click.
‘0’ key – click and drag left mouse button.
Key ‘ .’ – end mouse click and drag action.
Hope this article will help you.