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The up and down keys are mapped to UP and DOWN arrow keys on the keyboard. The stop button (the square on the right of the button circle) is mapped to simply type the letter 'b' without any modifiers. The start/pause button (on the left of the button circle) is the more complex one! The first time you press it, it s… see more The up and down keys are mapped to UP and DOWN arrow keys on the keyboard. The stop button (the square on the right of the button circle) is mapped to simply type the letter 'b' without any modifiers. The start/pause button (on the left of the button circle) is the more complex one! The first time you press it, it sends the following button presses, in sequence: Shift+F5, Ctrl+Shift+b, Alt+Win+p, F5
Then, the second time you press it, it sends the Escape key. Subsequent presses cycle around the complex multi-key sequence, followed by Escape, etc.
The bottom left button (with a circular arrow on it) sends the Alt+Tab keypress allowing you to cycle apps. Finally, the bottom right X button sends Alt+F4, which closes the current active program.
I've managed to hook into all these buttons using an AutoHotkey script, and can use it to control anything. Hope that's useful. see less

By LongSteve on 21 October 2014
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This item uses 1 x CR2032 battery, which is located behind the circular plate/cover on the back of the item.
By Daffodil UK on 02 December 2014 SELLER
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I've found it only works with Powerpoint presentations. I've tried it with Lightroom slide presentation software and it doesn't work with that.
By Amazon Customer on 22 January 2016
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Short answer is no. There is a very slight click as you press the forward/backward buttons but I don't think you would notice this when giving a presentation.
By Pedro on 04 January 2016
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I'm sorry not to be able to help, but my honest answer I'd I've got no idea. I found it so incredibly easy to use that I'd be surprised if it didn't.
By Mrs M Goodrich on 04 July 2015
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Yes a sturdy zip wallet.
By Tack on 04 February 2016
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Don't know, sorry. I only used it for powerpoint.
By Ruth Banks on 05 May 2015
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102mm x 30mm x 9mm
if you have an aluminium apple remote, it's a very similar size.

By geoff@cannedparrot.net on 21 January 2015