Microsoft 1045 MICROSOFT® WIRELESS KEYBOARD User Manual X1111992bdy indd

Microsoft Corporation MICROSOFT® WIRELESS KEYBOARD X1111992bdy indd

Users Manual

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Getting Started
Microsoft® Wireless Optical Desktop 5000
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Use of a keyboard or mouse may be linked to serious injuries or disorders.
When using a computer, as with many activities, you may experience occasional discomfort in your hands,
arms, shoulders, neck, or other parts of your body. However, if you experience symptoms such as persistent
or recurring discomfort, pain, throbbing, aching, tingling, numbness, burning sensation, or stiffness, DO NOT
occur when you are not working at your computer. Symptoms like these can be associated with painful and
sometimes permanently disabling injuries or disorders of the nerves, muscles, tendons, or other parts of the
body. These musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) include carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, tenosynovitis, and
other conditions.
While researchers are not yet able to answer many questions about MSDs, there is general agreement that many
factors may be linked to their occurrence, including: overall health, stress and how one copes with it, medical
and physical conditions, and how a person positions and uses his or her body during work and other activities
(including use of a keyboard or mouse). The amount of time a person performs an activity may also be a factor.
Some guidelines that may help you work more comfortably with your computer and possibly reduce your risk
of experiencing an MSD can be found in the “Healthy Computing Guide” installed with this device’s software.
If this device did not come with software, see the “Healthy Computing Guide” section of the “Getting Started”
manual. You can also access the “Healthy Computing Guide” at or (in the United
States only) by calling 1 (800) 360-7561 to request a CD at no charge.
If you have questions about how your own lifestyle, activities, or medical or physical condition may be related to
MSDs, see a qualified health professional.
To protect against risk of fire, bodily injury, electric shock or damage to the equipment:
Do not immerse any part of this product in water or other liquid.
Do not spray liquid on this product or allow excess liquid to drip inside.
Do not use this product if it has sustained any type of damage.
Disconnect this product or remove its batteries before cleaning.
About Your Rights and Obligations
This Microsoft® wireless desktop set is comprised of a keyboard, mouse, and receiver and is sold as a single
unit and may not be separated for use on more than one computer. The software with this product is licensed,
not sold. You must either agree to the license contract in the software Setup screen or promptly return the
Microsoft wireless desktop set, comprised of the keyboard, mouse, and receiver, along with the software, for a
refund, excluding the return costs. After you install the software, you may consult the license and the Limited
Warranty for the product at any time by looking in the “Legal Information” section of the software Help files.
You may also print copies for your records.
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Congratulations on your purchase of Microsoft® Wireless Optical Desktop 5000,
which includes:
1 2 3
4 5 6
1 Wireless keyboard
2 Wireless mouse
3 Shared receiver
4 Batteries for the wireless keyboard and mouse
5 Two CDs, one with IntelliType Pro keyboard software and IntelliPoint mouse software and one
with Microsoft Digital Image Standard 2006 software
6 Two manuals, this Getting Started manual and the Microsoft Digital Image Standard User’s
Check the system requirements (located on the packaging) to make sure that your
system is compatible.
Completing software Setup requires a keyboard or mouse. If you don’t have a
keyboard or mouse connected, you can install the software (Steps 1 and 2) after
you have completed Steps 3 through 6 and your Microsoft wireless keyboard and
mouse are working.
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1 Install IntelliType Pro and IntelliPoint
After installing IntelliType Pro and IntelliPoint software, you can use the unique
features of your wireless keyboard and mouse, such as the zoom slider.
To install IntelliType Pro and IntelliPoint software
1 Insert the software CD into your computer’s CD drive.
If the Setup screen doesn’t appear automatically, do the
Click Start, and then click Run.
Type [drive]:setup. For example, if your CD drive is drive
E, type e:setup.
2 On the Setup screen, click Install, and then follow the Setup
Wizard instructions on the screen. Restart the computer, if
prompted to do so.
2 Install Digital Image Standard 2006 Software
Digital Image Standard 2006 software will help you enhance, organize, find, and
share your photos. You must install Digital Image Standard 2006 for the keyboard
PhotoCenter to work.
To install Digital Image Standard 2006 software
1 Insert the software CD into your computer’s CD drive.
If the Setup screen doesn’t appear automatically, do the
Click Start, and then click Run.
Type [drive]:setup. For example, if your CD drive is drive
E, type e:setup.
2 On the Setup screen, click Next, and then follow the
Installation Wizard instructions on the screen. Restart the
computer, if prompted to do so.
3 Insert the Batteries
The keyboard and mouse each require batteries, which are included in the package.
Whenever you insert batteries in the keyboard or mouse, always make sure that both
batteries are new. Alkaline batteries provide maximum battery life.
To insert the batteries
1 Turn the device upside-down, and then remove the battery compartment cover.
2 Insert the new batteries, making sure to properly orient the positive (+) and
negative (–) ends as specified by the battery compartment labels.
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4 Position the Receiver, Keyboard, and Mouse
1 Position the receiver at least 8 inches
(20 cm) away from your computer
monitor, computer case, and any
other items that might cause
interference (such as metal filing
cabinets, desktop fans, or fluorescent
2 Position the keyboard and mouse no less than 8 inches (20 cm) from the receiver
but no more than 6 feet (1.8 m) from the receiver. This distance varies depending
on nearby items causing interference and other factors.
5 Connect the Receiver to Your Computer
With your computer turned on, plug the rectangular
universal serial bus (USB) connector into your computer’s
rectangular USB port.
You must leave the round PS/2 connector unplugged.
If you don’t have an available USB port, see “Other
Connection Options” later in this manual.
6 Test the Keyboard and Mouse
Try using the keyboard and mouse to make sure that they are working.
Tip To test the keyboard, press the Windows logo key ( ). This opens the Windows
Start menu.
If either device doesn’t work as expected, make sure that the following procedures
were completed as specified earlier in these instructions:
New batteries are inserted and positioned correctly in both the keyboard and the
The receiver is properly connected to the computer.
The keyboard, mouse, and receiver are properly positioned and there are no
nearby items that might cause interference.
If the keyboard or mouse is still not working, try changing the wireless connection
channel for the device. Changing the wireless connection channel is useful if your
wireless device is experiencing interference.
To change the wireless connection channel
Press the Connect button on the bottom of the wireless keyboard or mouse.
Note Using the tip of a pen may make it easier to press smaller buttons.
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If changing the channel does not solve the problem, you may need to reconnect the
device to the receiver.
To reconnect the keyboard or mouse to the receiver
1 Make sure that the device and receiver are positioned as specified earlier in this
2 Press the button on the top of the wireless receiver. The receiver lights blink to
indicate that it is in “connect” mode.
3 Press the Connect button on the bottom of the wireless keyboard or mouse. The
wireless keyboard or mouse may not work for a few seconds until the reconnection
process is completed.
Note You can reconnect only one device each time you press the receiver button, so
repeat as necessary for the other device.
If reconnecting the device to the receiver does not solve the problem, refer to
the on-screen Help installed with the keyboard or mouse software for additional
troubleshooting information.
7 Read the On-Screen Help (optional)
Help for IntelliType Pro and IntelliPoint software contains the following important
product information in a searchable format:
Hardware and software feature descriptions and instructions
Troubleshooting topics and Product Support Services information
Healthy Computing Guide
End-User License Agreement (EULA), Limited Warranty, and regulatory information
Battery removal and safety information
Radio interference information
To open Help for your keyboard or mouse
Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Microsoft Keyboard or Microsoft
Mouse, and then click Keyboard Help or Mouse Help.
Help for Digital Image Standard 2006 software contains feature descriptions and
instructions that will help you work with the digital imaging software.
To open Help for Digital Image Standard 2006
1 Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Microsoft Digital Image Standard
2006, and then click the program you want to open Help for.
2 On the Help menu, click Digital Image Help or Digital Image Library Help,
depending on the program you chose in step 1.
8 Customize Your Devices (optional)
You can start IntelliType Pro keyboard software or IntelliPoint mouse software and
customize your devices.
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By using IntelliType Pro keyboard software, you can:
Reassign many of the keys to perform commands, such as Find, or to open
programs, files, Web pages, or shortcuts.
Disable keys you sometimes press accidentally, such as CAPS LOCK.
By using IntelliPoint mouse software, you can:
Reassign each of the mouse buttons, including the wheel button, to perform a
command, such as Copy.
Modify the mouse settings, such as the wheel scrolling rate.
To start IntelliType Pro or IntelliPoint software
Click Start, point to All Programs, point to Microsoft Keyboard or Microsoft
Mouse, and then click Microsoft Keyboard or Microsoft Mouse.
Before boarding any aircraft, remove the batteries from the wireless keyboard and
mouse. These devices can transmit radio frequency (RF) energy, much like a cellular
telephone, whenever batteries are installed and the keyboard or mouse is activated
either by touch or button press.
For detailed information about U.S. and Canadian radio interference regulations,
search for “regulations” in the on-screen Help installed with the software. For
information about how to access Help, see Step 7.
Using the Magnifier
You can use the Magnifier like a magnifying glass to enlarge text and images on your
To turn the Magnifier on and off
Click the mouse button assigned to Magnify to display the
Magnifier, and then click the button again to turn it off.
Using the PhotoCenter
You can use the controls in the PhotoCenter, located on
the left side of the keyboard, to open the digital imaging
software and work with your photos.
1 Slide Show Display the selected photos in a slide show. During
the slide show, you can edit, print, or e-mail the photo that’s
currently displayed by pressing the appropriate PhotoCenter key.
2 Print Print the selected photo(s).
3 Send E-mail the selected photo(s).
4 Edit Edit the selected photo(s).
5 Library Open the photo library, where you can select photos for
viewing, editing, and other tasks.
6 Zoom Move the slider away from you to zoom in, and toward you to
zoom out.
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Adjusting the Keyboard Legs
The keyboard legs are designed to accommodate various body sizes, chairs, and
Pull out or push in the keyboard legs to a position that minimizes bending of your
wrists while typing.
About the Receiver Lights
The receiver lights indicate the status of the toggle keys, such as NUM LOCK or CAPS
LOCK. For example, if NUM LOCK is on, the NUM LOCK light is on; if CAPS LOCK is off,
the CAPS LOCK light is off.
Using the F LOCK Key
The F LOCK toggle key gives your keyboard more functionality by providing
two command modes for the top row of keys. When F LOCK is off, the alternate
commands printed on the top of the keys are enabled. When F LOCK is on, the
standard commands printed on the front of the keys are enabled.
You need to turn on F LOCK to access certain system key commands labeled on the
front of the keys, such as INSERT or SCROLL LOCK.
Other Connection Options
USB provides simpler plug-and-play connectivity and enhanced performance. If you
don’t have any available USB ports, try the following options.
USB hub
If all of your USB ports are in use, consider purchasing a 4-port or 8-port USB hub.
USB hubs, which are available at office and computer supply stores, provide an
inexpensive solution for connecting multiple USB devices when your computer has a
limited number of USB ports.
PS/2 connection
Although we recommend connecting using USB, you can use a PS/2 connection
option if you don’t have any available USB ports.
1 Shut down and turn off the computer.
2 Plug the purple PS/2 connector into the
computer’s round PS/2 keyboard port.
3 Connect the green USB-to-PS/2 adapter to
the USB connector, and then plug it into the
computer’s round PS/2 mouse port.
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Product Information and Software Updates
For general product information and software updates, go to the Microsoft Hardware
Web site at
If you have a question about your wireless keyboard or mouse, try the following
Check the system requirements (located on the packaging) to make sure that your
system is compatible.
Read the on-screen Help, which contains product information and troubleshooting
Look in Readme.txt on either software CD for late-breaking product information.
Go to the Microsoft Hardware Web site at
for additional product information and software updates.
See the Product Support Services topics in Help, or go to
for information about how to contact Microsoft Product Support Services.
Patent Information
For patent information, see on-screen Help.
Important Battery Information
Caution Use and replace only with AA (LR6) Alkaline, Zinc-Carbon, or Zinc-Chloride Batteries.
General Precautions
Keep batteries out of reach of children.
Insert the batteries in the proper direction as indicated by the positive (+) and negative (-) markings on
the battery and battery compartment.
Do not mix old and new batteries or batteries of different types (for example, carbon and alkaline
Always remove old, weak, or worn-out batteries promptly and recycle or dispose of them in accordance
with Local and National Disposal Regulations.
If a battery leaks, remove all batteries and recycle or dispose of them in accordance with the battery
manufacturer’s instructions and Local and National Disposal Regulations. Before inserting new
batteries, thoroughly clean the battery compartment with a damp paper towel, or follow the battery
manufacturer’s recommendations for cleanup. If fluid from the battery comes into contact with skin or
clothes, flush skin with water immediately.
Remove the batteries if your device is to be stored for an extended period of time without being used.
Special Precautions
The precautions below are to prevent the sudden release of electrolytes, which these prohibited actions can cause:
Do not install the batteries incorrectly. Carefully observe the positive (+) and negative (-) markings on
the battery for proper installation.
Do not open, puncture, or mutilate the batteries.
Do not heat batteries.
Do not use a fire to dispose of batteries.
Released battery electrolyte is corrosive, can cause damage to the eyes and skin, and may be toxic if swallowed.
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Regulatory Information
Tested to comply with FCC (U.S. Federal Communications Commission) Standards. For home or office use. Not
intended for use in machinery, medical or industrial applications. Any changes or modifications not expressly
approved by Microsoft could void the user’s authority to operate this device.
This product is for use with NRTL Listed (UL, CSA, ETL, etc.), and/or IEC/EN 60950 compliant (CE marked)
Information Technology equipment. No serviceable parts included.
This device is rated as a commercial product for operation at +41ºF (+5ºC) to +95ºF (+35ºC).
Note For detailed information on U.S. and Canadian radio interference regulations, search for “regulations” in
the on-screen Help files installed with the accompanying software.This Class B digital apparatus complies with
Part 15 of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules, Canadian ICES-003 and RSS-210. Operation
is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme aux normes NMB-003 et CNR-210 du Canada. Son
fonctionnement est assujetti aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) Cet appareil ne peut pas provoquer
d’interrences nuisibles et (2) cet appareil doit accepter toute interférence reçue, y compris les interrences
pouvant entraîner un fonctionnement non désiré.
Microsoft Corporation; One Microsoft Way;
Redmond, WA 98052-6399; U.S.A.
United States: (800) 426-9400 Canada: (800) 933-4750
RF Technical Specifications
RF output power: < 54 dBµV/m at 3 m
Keyboard with two channels – RF frequencies: 27.095MHz (channel 1), 27.195MHz (channel 2)
Keyboard with a single channel – RF frequency: 27.195MHz
Mouse with two channels – RF frequencies: 27.045MHz (channel 1), 27.145MHz (channel 2)
Mouse with a single channel – RF frequency: 27.145MHz
Information About Devices That Use LEDs
This product has been evaluated to comply with International Class 1 LED product
Standard IEC 60825-1:1993/A2:2001
This product uses LEDs that are inherently Class 1.
Product Disposal Information
Dispose of this product in accordance with local and national disposal regulations (if any), including
those governing the recovery and recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE).
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