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Look at the mouse. Look between the Logitech logo and the scroll wheel. As you go away from the logo, you'll notice and feel a small set of raised lines, like ridges. With the mouse on the table , put your middle finger on the left side of the mouse and your thumb on the right side. Now with your index finger on those ridges firmly, gently apply pressure so you know you have a firm grasp of the ridges. Now with your finger just slide the cover towards your hand. Should be two AA batteries inside. Now that you know how you can do it however is easiest. I just do it that way because my right hand is paralyzed and it's easiest that way. If I solved your problem PLEASE rate this as fixed. If you need more help with this just add a comment and I'll be glad to help you further. Thanks. Hope I explained it well enough.Basically just grab the mouse and slide the cover off. Please don't forget to rate as fixed. Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Press the button on the back of the mouse to free the battery cover on top.
Remove the battery cover and put the supplied AA battery into the mouse.
Replace the battery cover.
Insert the wireless USB dongle into a USB port on the laptop or desktop computer.
Move the mouse and watch your computer screen.
Confirm that the mouse is connected by making the cursor move.
Hope this helps
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