The Microsoft Number Pad makes it easy to enter numbers and it's easy to store when it's not in use.
To get set up, you'll need a PC that's running Windows 10 with support for Bluetooth 4.0 or later. This number pad supports Swift Pair in Windows 10 for faster pairing.
Connect your keyboard
You can pair your number pad with up to three devices. Here's how to connect it to your Windows 10 PC:
- Slide the switch on the bottom of your number pad to turn it on. It will automatically enter pairing mode and the LED light will flash. If it doesn't, press and hold the pair button on the bottom of the number pad for 5 seconds or until the LED light starts to flash.
- On your Windows 10 PC, select Connect if a notification appears for your number pad, then wait for it to get set up.
Don't see the notification? Select Start , then select Settings > Devices > Bluetooth & other devices > Add Bluetooth or other devices > Bluetooth > Microsoft Number Pad > Done.
To pair it with another device, press the pair button. The light will change to the next Bluetooth slot and your number pad will enter pairing mode. If the notification to Connect appears on multiple PCs, select it on the PC you want to pair to then follow the instructions.
Replace your battery
Your number pad uses one coin-cell (CR2032) battery. Here's how to put the battery in your number pad:
- Turn your number pad over and insert a pin into the small hole.
- Keep holding the pin and slide the battery door away from the number pad.
- Place your battery into the available slot. Make sure the postive end is facing up.
- Slide the battery door back into position.
To check the battery level, select Start > Settings > Devices > Bluetooth & other devices . The battery level appears next to your number pad.
Access a calculator quickly
Press the Calculator key to open the Calculator app on your Windows 10 PC. To change this shortcut or get more customization options, download the Microsoft Keyboard and Mouse Center.