Once powered up, the PIXEL desktop should now appear on screen. You will see the setup wizard. Click on the Next button to begin setting up your Raspberry Pi 400.

The first step of the set up wizard involves setting up country, language, and timezone
You will also be asked to choose the keyboard layout of your choice. Choose Layout: English (Australian) and Variant : English (Australian)

Now if the Raspberry Pi 400 is not outputting to a display, but works on another display, you may need to change the resolution. To fix this, first determine the resolution requirements of your display. Then click on Preferences > Screen Configuration. Then navigate to Configure > Screens > HDMI > Resolution

Next, you will be prompted to enter a password for your Pi 400 device, as well as connect to WiFi. Then you will be asked whether you would like to update the software. We recommend it though you can choose to do so or not right now. 

If you want to change the network connection without the setup wizard, you can. Simply click on the WiFi icon on the top right-hand corner of the desktop. Choose your network then enter the credentials required. If it has been successfully connected, you will see a green tick icon next to the name of the network.
Remember, you can re-do the options chosen in the setup wizard. For instance, to change the keyboard and country codes without going through the whole setup wizard process again, first go to Preferences > Raspberry Pi Configuration. 

Click on 'Localisation'. 

Click on 'Set Keyboard', then change the Model, Layout and Variant as required. 

Finally, if you haven't done so yet, you can complete the setup by restarting the Pi 400!
screen /dev/tty.usbmodem0000000000001 115200
>>> led = Pin(25, Pin.OUT)
>>> from machine import Pin
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