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PostSubject: Using a keyboard to move the mouse! For Free!   Mon 08 Oct 2007, 11:40 am

Mouse keys

Mouse keys are primarily intended for people who have difficulties to move a real mouse. Hence this feature is part of the Accessability set-up in the Control Panel. But to move objects precisely, pixel by pixel (especially on large screens) this is a valuable feature for all of us.

Toggle mouse keys on / off

Enable Mouse keys in the Control Panel item Accessability options, tab Mouse. Whether Num Lock is ON or OFF for active Mouse keys can also be set.

Activate Mouse keys with LEFT ALT + LEFT SHIFT + NUM LOCK. A small mouse is displayed in the system tray.
Turn Mouse keys off by pressing again this sequence. The indicator in the system tray disappears.
Only the keys on the numeric key pad can be used (not the ordinary arrow keys!).

Navigate with Mouse keys

Click - press the 5 key
Double-click - press the plus key (+)
Right-click - press the minus (-) key and then press the 5 key to click or the + key to double-click.
Both-click - press the asterisk (*) key
and then press the 5 key to click or the + key to double-click.
Single-click - To switch back to standard clicking, press the backslash (/) key.

Drag objects with Mouse keys

Move pointer -press the arrow keys
Lock button -press the INS key
Move object -press the arrow keys
Release button -press the DEL key
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