Inclusion of non-standard ways to manage the computer in the Windows operating system in a separate applet "Control Panel."To go to it, click the "Start" button and select from the main menu, which is called - "Control Panel."Then click on the name under "Special Features," and on the next page click on "Change mouse settings" in the "Ease of Access Center."
This applet can be run in a different way.For example, a reference to it is placed in the main menu - open it, go to the "All Programs", then "Accessories" folder, and finally to the catalog "Special Features".And you can use the search box in the main menu - press Win, start typing "spe" and press E
applet "Access Center," check the box next to "Enable MouseKeys" and press OK or "Apply".After this, move the mouse pointer will be using the keys (digital) keypad.The numbers 1 to 9 (except 5) control the movement of the pointer horizontally, vertically and diagonally.The key with the number 5 corresponds to pressing the right mouse button and usually brings up the context menu of the application.
speed of the cursor using the keys and some other parameters can be changed in the settings.To do this in a separate section of the applet that is invoked by clicking on the link "Adjusting the index control."
In Windows provides "hot keys" for quick enable and disable control the mouse pointer with the keyboard.By default, it uses a combination of the left keys Alt and Shift key combination NumLock.Their press brings up a dialog box in which you need to confirm the inclusion of the regime.Pressing the same combination disables it without any confirmation dialog, but with a sound signal.