There isn't a dedicated Num Lock key on the Apple Wired Keyboards, and that applies to many of the third party USB keyboards built for Macs too. However, you can achieve the same function by hitting the CLEAR button on the numeric keyboard.
Keeping this in consideration, how do I get my number pad to work on my keyboard?
Look on your keyboard for a button that says “NumLock” and make sure to enable this button. Note: If this button is disabled your numbers from the right side of the keyboard will not work. Above you have two easy steps on how to fix your number pad if it is not working in your Windows 8 or Windows 10 device.
Where is the Number Lock key on the keyboard?
On some laptop computers, the Num Lock key is used to convert part of the main keyboard to act as a (slightly skewed) numeric keypad rather than letters. On some laptop computers, the Num Lock key is absent and replaced by the use of a key combination.
How do I enable my Mac keyboard?
Here's how to turn off Mouse Keys:
- First try to press the Option/Alt key five times. This is a common shortcut for turning mouse keys On and Off.
- Open System Preferences > Accessibility.
- Choose Mouse & TrackPad.
- Deselect Enable Mouse Keys.
- Click Options.
- Deselect Press The Option Key Five Times to Toggle Mouse Keys.
- Click OK.
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