To change the batteries all you have to do it pull the cover off and switch them out. After that just hit the connect button on the usb connector and then click the connect button the the mouse and away you go.
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Logitech uses either 1 or 2 AAA batteries or 1 or 2 AA batteries. The way to change them is: 1. locate the oblong button on the bottom (usually near the palm end) of the mouse. 2. Press and hold the button 3. Lift off the cover (top) from the palm end. 4. Replace the batteries as indicated inside the cover. 5. Reinstall the cover. Be sure to catch the little tabs under the buttons. 6. There may be a reconnect button also (small red and recessed) you may have to reset the connection after changing the battery.
I've got a Microsoft wireless Intellimouse and the batteries in that last for months - and it's on all the time. My wife bought a no-name mini wireless mouse and found the batteries last a couple of weeks.
The difference? My mouse takes two AA batteries, hers takes one AAA. So if you change mice(?) look for one that takes two AA batteries and stay away from any that don't.
turn off the mouse using the switch on the bottom.
press the battery door release button on the underside of the mouse, towards the back.
that should release the battery door, which is the top part of the mouse, where your palm would rest.
the mouse takes 2 AAA batteries.
I have found that sometime these Rodents seem to have a "Taste" for a certain "Type" of AA or AAA cell, one needs to get the Highest Discharge rate one can get.
Often the "Brand" of Batts supplied are the "Only" ones that seem to work 100% alla time? I have had similar problems with customers B4, and I find the Varta series of battery to be great.
& remember just because you bought them "New" don't mean the Batts are always "Fresh", get batts from a place that has a high turnover.