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Re: I have a Wireless Mouse 5000.
Is this a Microsoft Wireless 5000 Mouse? The battery plate should be on the bottom of the mouse to take off to put in the batteries, similiar to a TV remote contoller. And it can be latched pretty tight.
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Microsoft wireless mice typically put an icon in the system notification tray (right side of the taskbar, next to the clock) showing the mouse's current status. If you hover over this icon, the battery status should be displayed (it may just say either "OK" or "battery low").