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Sounds and Audio Devices/Tab Sounns/Program events:

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Firedog 1, Sep 19, 2004.

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  1. Firedog 1

    Firedog 1 Thread Starter

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    This is more of a learning question than a need for urgent help.

    As you should know, within (Sounds and Audio Devices) under (Tab Sounds) and within Program events:...there are Windows, Alps Pointing Device Driver {whatever this is}, NetMeeting (whatever this is}, Windows Explorer, Microsoft Money, Windows Messenger, MSN Messenger, Microsoft Works Calendar, Microsoft Works Task Launcher,and Microsoft Works Portfolio. Can other programs be added into this "Program events:"?...for the purpose of adding a sound?

    Thanks!

    The Gillette Family
     
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    It has to be possible because AOL has added sounds into my list, including personalised messages but I can't see how to add them manually. Maybe whatever programme you're thinking about will add to yours.
     
  3. Firedog 1

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    Symantec, a/k/a Norton is in there, but nothing really else. Hopefully, someone will come along and answer so both of us and other will know whether this is possible. Thanks for responding friend...
     
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