Configuring Bluetooth input devices


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Configuring Bluetooth input devices

As you're probably aware by now, Lion is friendly to wireless devices, particularly those that can do gestures. For example, a Magic Trackpad or Apple's Magic Mouse and the way you set these things up is through Bluetooth, so let's set them up now. I'll go to Apple menu > System Preferences. We are going to do the easy way to begin with. I'll select Trackpad. it will now look for my Trackpad. These things connect through something called Pairing Mode. Now Bluetooth devices do this differently. On some you have to push a button.

Some you've to press and hold the button to make this work. On this Magic Trackpad I'm using right now. It's off, so I've to turn it on, and I hold the Power button until it blinks and that indicates that it's in pairing mode. It's found it. All I have to do now is click Continue. Little indication on the screen shows me that it's connected and I go to the Trackpad system preference. Now I also have a Magic Mouse here...

Configuring Bluetooth input devices
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Configuring Bluetooth input devices provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X Lion Essential Training

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Business
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