How-to: Mice

How do I use my Bluetooth® Notebook Mouse 5000?

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The Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 provides enables you to navigate and access media, documents, and Webpages with either hand by using the scroll wheel and four buttons. With this mouse, you’ll experience smooth, precise and responsive tracking that is the hallmark of high-definition laser technology.

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  1. Reliable, transceiver-free wireless connection to your Bluetooth-enabled computer.
  2. Precise, responsive, and smooth tracking of high-definition laser technology.
  3. Battery status indicator glows red when the battery is running.
  4. Ergonomically designed for use in your right or left hand.
  5. Back button for easy navigation between folders and Web pages.
  6. Scroll wheel for auto-scrolling and navigation between documents and webpages without using the on-screen scroll bar.

Connect your Bluetooth Notebook Mouse 5000 to your computer

  1. On the underside of your Bluetooth mouse, insert two AAA batteries and slide the power button to turn it on.
  2. To make the mouse discoverable by your computer, press and hold the Connect button until the light on the top of the mouse flashes red and green.
    Make sure that your computer is enabled for Bluetooth. Check the manual for your computer for information on how to do this.
  3. On your computer, from the Start menu, select Control Panel, and in Category view, locate Hardware and Sound, and then select Add a device.
  4. When the device is listed, select it, and follow the instructions to complete the connection.
  5. When the device is successfully connected, Setup automatically downloads the IntelliPoint software to your computer. You can use this app to access and customize the features for your device. If any directions are displayed on the screen, follow them.

Reassign mouse buttons

IntelliPoint software provides default commands for all of the mouse buttons. You can reassign some buttons to different commands or keyboard shortcuts to better fit your work style. You can also disable buttons you might press accidentally, such as the wheel button. For more information, see How do I reassign mouse buttons?

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