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    How to make the Sound Recorder use the extended length of recording time automatically in Windows 98?

    Is there any way so that i can make the Sound Recorder to make use of the extended length of recording time automatically in my Windows computer? My computer is running on Windows 98 operating system.



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    Re: How to make the Sound Recorder use the extended length of recording time automatically in Windows 98?

    For making the Sound Recorder to use the extended length of recording time automatically in Windows 98, you will have to;
    • Tap the ‘Start’ option
    • Now click on the ‘Open’ tab
    • Double click on the folder that denotes ‘Programs’
    • Then users will have to double click on the option denoted as ‘Accessories’ folder
    • Now you will either have to double click the ‘Entertainment’ or ‘Multimedia’ folder
    • Users will now have to right click on the ‘Sound Recorder’ option
    • Click on the tab denoted as ‘Properties’
    • Now tap on the tab denoted as ‘Shortcut’
    • Now go to the ‘Target’ box and then tap on the ‘END’ key
    • Tap on the SPACEBAR
    • Finally you will have to type in the location of the Blank.wav file
    That’s it. This will make the Sound Recorder to make use of the extended length of the recording time automatically in Windows 98.

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    Re: How to make the Sound Recorder use the extended length of recording time automatically in Windows 98?



    dear friend,

    follow these steps -

    Click on the Start button-then select the Open tab.

    Double click on the folder named Programs & after that double click on Accessories.

    Double click either on Entertainment or on Multimedia folder.

    Right click on the sound recorder & select Properties.

    Choose the Shortcut tab.

    Go to the target box & select the End key.

    Press space bar- type in the location of the Blank.wav file


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    Re: How to make the Sound Recorder use the extended length of recording time automatically in Windows 98?

    Follow these steps:

    1.Right-click on the START and then Click OPEN.

    2.Double-click the PROGRAMS folder.

    3.Double-click the ACCESSORIES folder.

    4.Double-click the MULTIMEDIA folder or the ENTERTAINMENT folder.

    5.Right-click on the SOUND RECORDER and then click PROPERTIES.

    6.Click The SHORTCUT tab.

    7.In the TARGET box, press the END key, press the SPACEBAR, and then type the location of the Blank.wav file.


    ALL THE BEST!!!!!!!

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