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I have a logitech ce0560 wireless mouse. and dont know how to turn it on and off. Thanks

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I can't find that model on the logitech's site.

Anyway, I used to own a cordless mouse too (not logitech). Mine has a receiver that has to be connected to the usb port to work. Also, the unit requires to be placed near the receiver for better signal; so I choose the front panel usb.

Both the receiver and the mouse have a tiny button that should be pressed at the same time or consecutively so that they could "see each other". The button is located at the bottom of the unit, almost near the lens.

And it also requires batteries.

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Posted on Apr 02, 2011

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