Question about Microsoft Wireless Laser Mouse 6000 v2.0
If you haven't installed the software which goes with this wireless mouse, then it's time you did.
1 - First, remove the mouse and replace it wih a normal, wired mouse.
2 - Restart your PC
3 - Insert the CD or DVD which contains the Wireless mouse software, from Micosoft.
4 - If you don't have it, download it from www.microsoft.com/hardware - at this location, look for the software and download it.
5 - Install the wireless mouse software only and, when it tells you to do so, remove the wired mouse and replace it with the wireless mouse from Microsoft, along with the transceiver.
6 - Now, run the Microsoft software and choose the keys you want when you press certain buttons.
7 - As you get use to the software, you will also get used to the way the buttons work with the mouse's buttons and what they will do for you.
8 - When you have gotten used to what the buttons do, then you can start working alone, without the software.
9 - It will all become like second nature to you as you use it more and more.
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Numeric Alt codes for symbols are listed in Alt codes list. Check for Alt code of symbol you want to input.
You may need to simultaneously press ["FN" and "Scr Lk"]
keys. That's the combination for "Num Lock" on some laptops. Look at
the picture - the "Num Lk"/"Scr Lk" button is highlighted there.
Some laptops require you to hold both "Alt" and "FN" keys.
Do this while holding "Alt" button pressed. Type Alt code on your laptop's numeric keypad. It's highlighted on the picture.
After you release all the keys alt symbol should be
entered. If all this stuff didn't work - check if you have really
enabled the "Num Lock" first. Remember that green indicator should shine
near the lock symbol on your laptop's keyboard. If that wasn't the case
- try simultaneously holding "FN" and "Alt" keys instead of just "Alt".
That just might work.
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