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Change batteries Stupid question...HOW DO I CHANGE THE BATTERIES? Where and how do I open the mouse?

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Hre is the manual how to do it:
http://www.targus.com/us/Downloads/AMW05_UG.pdf

There is a button under the mice, press that and push the topshell backwards.

Good luck to you

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Lol chica!

not sure on this mouse, one of my clients had a mouse like this and while many battery openings are on the bottom... on that particular one i had to slide the back part of the upper body of the mouse to the back to open the battery slot area... it's kind of hard to see and it took me a while to get it the first time, but just look for a place where the back looks as if it will separate from the front and kind of press and pull back.... gently & carefully, but firmly.

hope that works for you!
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Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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