Connect the supplied USB cable to the socket on the left side of your Mousetrapper, and connect the other end to a USB port on the computer. Once installed, your Mousetrapper and its buttons will operate as shown on the underside of your Mousetrapper, or the image in the box.
Mousetrapper prime – Remove the USB dongle from the right side of the product and insert it into a USB port on the computer. Then disconnect the USB cable.
Mousetrapper flexible – Remove the dongle from the right side of the product and insert it into a USB port on the computer. Then disconnect the USB cable. Hold down the on/off button on your Mousetrapper for around 3-5 seconds.
Positioning – Position your Mousetrapper between you and your keyboard. The space bar on the keyboard should be directly above the control pad. If you have a low keyboard, unfold the keyboard support from underneath your Mousetrapper and place the keyboard on top of it. (Does not apply to Mousetrapper Office or Mousetrapper Flexible.)
Scrolling – To scroll using the control pad, place your finger on the right edge of the control pad. There is no need to press on the control pad, simply slide your finger up or down the edge, depending on which way you want to scroll.
MT Keys – To customise the button functions, go to Mousetrapper.com, click on Downloads, then choose MT Keys for Windows or OS X. Then follow the instructions. When you have downloaded MT Keys, an image of the product will appear that matches the image underneath your Mousetrapper. Position the cursor over the button you want to customise. Click on it by lightly pressing on the control pad once. You will now see a pull-down menu that lets you assign whichever action you want to that button. You can choose anything from adding a left-click, to creating shortcuts and inserting text that you can then paste at the press of a button.