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Turn Off Tablet?

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DoctorT
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Turn Off Tablet?

Postby DoctorT » Sat 8. Jul 2017, 22:18

Hi!

I am a newbie. I have a Wacom Intuos Pro S v. 6.3.23-1 running under Windows 7 Pro (64bit).

I installed the tablet and everything appears to work fine. My questions are: “Do I ever need to turn off the tablet”? “If so, how”?

FYI, as a matter of practice, I don't turn off the computer at night.

Thank you!

Doctor T

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Re: Turn Off Tablet?

Postby wacom1 » Mon 10. Jul 2017, 06:28

In wireless mode, the tablet turn off automatically after a while. In cabled mode the tablet gets power from USB. That is similar to a mouse. Your computer may put USB devices power saving mode.You can also unplug the tablet to stop it.

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Re: Turn Off Tablet?

Postby DoctorT » Mon 10. Jul 2017, 09:26

Dear Wacom1,

Thank you for your reply.

Doctor T


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