Operating a computer using the remote control
A computer can be operated using the projector's remote control. This function is available
on any computer with the Windows 98/98SE, Windows Me, Windows 2000, or Windows XP
OS, that is equipped with a USB port which can support USB1.1 (The mouse remote
control receiver is also supported on OS 9 or OS X for the Macintosh). However, please
note that Toshiba does not guarantee the operation of all computers.
Connecting a computer
Connect the projector to a computer using the supplied USB cable. See Fig. (1) below.
For models equipped with PC card slot, connect the supplied Mouse remote control
receiver to the computer. See Fig. (2) below.
To USB port
Operating a computer
The mouse remote control function is available when the remote control is set to [PC
Mode]. (See "Switching operation modes"
Point the remote control at the infrared remote sensor (in models using Mouse
remote control receivers, point it at the Mouse remote control receiver), and
operate the remote control's buttons.
G Moving the mouse pointer
Move the pointer control button in the direction that you wish the mouse pointer to
move, then press.
G To left click
Press the L-CLICK button.
G To right click
Press the R-CLICK button.
G To drag and drop
Move the pointer control button in a (L-)clicked state, then when the pointer is over
the desired location, release the button.
G Using the computer's up and down arrow key functions
buttons to switch PowerPoint
Remote Control Front
MENU / ENTER
To USB port
Mouse remote control receiver
Remote Control Rear
Using the menus
You can call up on-screen menus, and conduct a number of adjustments and settings,
using the operation buttons
on the control panel (main unit side) and remote control.
I How to use the menus
The menu shown below is only for operation instructions and might be different from
the actual display.
2. Select a Category
Select a category by using
There are following four
Image adjustment menu
Default setting menu
Display setting menu
PC card setting menu
of the selected category.
3. Adjustments & Settings
These marks signify the
items can be adjusted/set
These marks signify an
item can be switched by
The figure shows a typical example.
As the display may differ depending
on the item, use the following pages
as a reference.
These marks signify the items can be selected from
the list by using
After an item selected, apply it by pressing
• Menu adjustments and settings (except Lamp power
turned off via the ON/STANDBY button. If the power cord is unplugged before this, or the
power goes out, then the data will not be saved.
Display the Setting display menu
Displays the current
adjustments of selected
Item shown with gray
cannot be adjusted for the
current input source.
to open the menu
5. To Finish
Finish via the Status
This mark signfy that
there are options.
to display a
To Status display
list of options.
The menu disappears
) are saved when the power is