Saturday, May 26, 2012

Simple Tips

While you are working, if your Keyboard doesn't work, what do you do?
I think you know the solution........ Simply you can open on-screen keyboard to continue your work with your Mouse.
But if your Mouse doesn't work, although you can use some keyboard shortcuts instead, they are not perfect alternatives for your Mouse. Then what do you do?

Just follow........
1) Press left ALT, left SHIFT and Num Lock keys to turn MouseKeys on.
2) MouseKeys lets you control the mouse pointer by using the Numeric Keypad on your Keyboard.
3) As soon as you click OK, you can find it on your system tray and you are ready to use your Numeric Keypad as mouse (Make sure your Num Lock is on).
4) Then you can move your Mouse pointer Horizantally (Keys -2 & 8), Vertically Keys -4 & 6) and Adjacent (Keys -1, 3, 7 & 9)
5) Key-5 is for mouse left click. You can also use it as mouse right click by
pressing "-" before proceed ( "/" is to de-select right click).
6) "+" is used as Double click (You can also use Key-5 here for Double click. But pressing "*" allows Key-5 only for Single click.
7) "0" is used as mouse left button pressing and "." is to de-select it.

If you have something to say, feel free to leave your comments.

Thank you.

Photo credit by Mike Schreifels

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