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I use an Access table to house sounds. I play & record them from a form. I need just a wee bit more help...

Edit, Insert Object & choose Wave Object, the following
OLE object thing gets inserted onto the form...

Microsoft Sound Recorder
Version 5.1 (Build 2600.xpsp2.030422-1633: Service Pack 1)
Copyright 1981-2001 Microsoft Corporation
PCM 22.050 kHz, 8 Bit, Mono

If I double-click the icon-looking thing on the form after setting its
.Enabled property to true AND its .Verb property to -2, the Microsoft
Sound Recorder application pops up, letting me both play & record
sounds. These sounds are saved in the MS Access database - not
as separate sound files.

This is all OK, except that I would like to launch the application's
Record and Play functions from buttons on the form w/o dbl-clicking
the OLE field & opening the Microsoft Sound Record app itself.
Can't I just launch it to Record or to Play and stop PLAYing and
RECORDing with another button click on the form?

Its not that I mind the app's user interface - I just prefer the
simplicity of 3 buttons on an Access form that do EVERYTHING
I want.
Nov 12 '05 #1
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