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  1. Open Ease of Access Center by clicking the Start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Ease of Access, and then clicking Ease of Access Center.
  2. Click Make the mouse easier to use.
  3. Under Control the mouse with the keyboard, select the Turn on Mouse Keys check box.
  4. Use the keys on the numeric keypad to move the mouse.
  5. To move the mouse pointer: Press the arrow keys on the numeric keypad to move the pointer up, down, left, and right. Press the Home, PgUp, End, and PgDn keys to move the pointer diagonally.
  6. To drag an item: Move the pointer over the item you want to drag, and then pres Ins. Use the direction keys to move the item, and then press Del to drop the item where you want it to go.
  7. To click an item: Move the pointer over the item you want to click, and then press 5. To double-click an item, press the plus sign (+). To right-click an item, press the minus sign (-).

PS: You can also turn on Mouse Keys by pressing Left Alt+Left Shift+Num Lock.

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