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How to turn on my Protege PC Link and does it require a battery

I have had this thing for years and found it tucked away last nite and tried to load the software...i think i did that right! not for certain...but how in the world would you turn this thing on i thought it was the button at the bottom and also, do it equire batteries...the reg no is 2097855...please help this old school momma get into the new school with this device i have...HELP~~~ thanks jc.

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Here is the link to the user manual, FAQs, support and troubleshooting, updated software downloads etc; (just click on product/software manuals and follow the instructions to download the user guide first); http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=DownloadDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=322&modelid=11368 Have a read and then please ask again if you need help with anything :) good luck, it's a good camera if it still works.

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