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Some comments on installing a Wacom Intuos Pro tablet (for a Windows 10 system).

PhilBurton

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I just finished installing my new tablet on both a desktop and a laptop. Here is what I learned, so I want to pass along this experience. My systems run Windows 10.

You really do to pair the tablet as a Bluetooth device BEFORE installing the Wacom driver program.
You can only work with one system at a time. Before I could get my laptop to even pair with the tablet, I had to hibernate my desktop.

Also, there are an amazing number of options and controls. This isn't just a mouse replacement.

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I just discovered that this tablet can pair up with just one system. After I paired the tablet with my laptop, (and shut down the laptop), it would no longer work with my desktop. I had to "forget" the device in Windows settings, then reconnect it. Then it worked as expected.
 
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