I cut the cord off the keyboard, as flush with the case as possible. Next I placed the two screws on the back of the keyboard about 1/3 down from the top, wrap the picture wire between the screws to make it wall-mountable. Next was spacing and placing the cup hooks on the key side of the keyboard. Put two picture hanging devices (I used actual picture hanging hooks for stability) into the wall, catch the wire on the back of the board, and add those key rings. I did find it was advantageous when setting the cup hooks to pre-drill the holes and use a dab of construction glue.