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How to Use remote to forward slides of PP presentation

I need this info ASAP for a work project. I can easily forward the slides if I press enter on my laptop but this limits my ability to move around the room as I talk. I need to access the remote to forward the slides. How can I do this. Thank you. Carolyn

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  • Venting May 07, 2008

    Unfortuantely my projector has no USB port to attach a USB cable to??? Can you think of anything else, perhaps how to set up the menu to make it run? Thank you, Carolyn

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Hi Carolyn

You'll see that the Projector came with a USB cable. The USB cable should be connected from your PC to your Projector and this will enable you to flick through your slides with the normal BenQ remote control.

Thanks for using Fixya !

Posted on May 06, 2008

  • Marnus Jacobs
    Marnus Jacobs May 08, 2008

    Carolyn



    I'm a BenQ ASP Technician , take my word for it that your Projector does have a USB Port.



    If you look at the back you'll see a small USB port on the right hand side. The cable has one end normal 2.0 USB and the other end has a smaller USB end on it.

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