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Remote control how do i get the remote to work. I have a dell projector with a dell laptop lattitude 100L. i would like to change slides using the remote to the projector. susan

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First, make sure your batteries are good.

For moving the slides ahead, there is a button that says next page. When you push that, it will advance.

O, another things is that you must connect your computer to the projector with a USB cable. I assume that you are trying to run it from a computer.

Perhaps you could explain more about what you are using.

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