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1) Press button on base of mouse to release battery door
2) Remove door and insert 2 x AA batteries
3) Turn on mouse


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You can find the user's guide here.

English Install batteries. (1) Press button
to release battery door. (2) Insert 2 AA batteries.
(3) Turn on Mouse.

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Posted on Jul 06, 2008

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