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To be honest I've no idea. The left and right buttons emulate cursor left & cursor right. The red laser button (the one at the 12 o'clock position) also generates the F5 key code - Start Slideshow in PowerPoint, refresh page if a web page. I'd be inclined to contact Smart either via there UK phone (0800 4563 2100) or f… see more To be honest I've no idea. The left and right buttons emulate cursor left & cursor right. The red laser button (the one at the 12 o'clock position) also generates the F5 key code - Start Slideshow in PowerPoint, refresh page if a web page. I'd be inclined to contact Smart either via there UK phone (0800 4563 2100) or fill out their enquiry form on http://smarttech.com/Support/Contact%20Form/TechSupportHard
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By Tony on 01 September 2014
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If you want to use the Presenter to do this you would need to set up the video to play automatically when you advance a slide. The alternative is to use a mouse to operate the video play control.
By Old Ralf on 07 March 2016
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Do you use a wireless mouse or a touchpad . I find remote doesn't work if I use a wireless mouse. I have to remove the usb receiver for the mouse then the remote functions normally.
By syates on 18 October 2014
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I have used it with Windows 7 & 8 quite successfully.
By Mrs S D on 07 June 2014
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Not very well, because LCD screens are really well made these days to stop reflections and even a laser has difficulty finding some material to reflect against. These devices are for projectors, not screens.
By Duncan Say on 12 December 2015
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Yes it does
By Paul G. on 09 September 2015
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It should work with any version of PowerPoint the device just maps the keyboard buttons which work on all versions. 2010 definitely works as I amusing it.
By Barry on 01 November 2015
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My experience is limited to theatre use where this is not a problem. It's wireless not infra red so should still work if the receiver is in the same room.
By Man of Mystery on 06 July 2015
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I did not think it made a noise but I tested it for you and it does make an audible click. It is quiet and in a presentation the audience would not hear it but I a unsure if your microphone would pick it up or not. If you were talking whilst clicking it is unlikely that it would be heard. Hope this helps.
By Callum MacKinnon on 20 April 2015
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I regret that i don't know; I've only used it with PowerPoint. Sorry
By B. A. C. Duncan on 09 July 2015