General information for PlaySound
    PlaySound function (Windows)
    The PlaySound function plays a sound specified by the given file name, resource, or system event. (A system event may be associated with a sound in the registry or in ...
    PlaySound
    This function plays a sound specified by a file name, resource, or system event.
    PlaySound
    playsound specifies whether to ... PlaySound specifies whether to play a sound to the user when a pop-up window is blocked.
    PlaySound
    With C++ VS Express 2008 trying to compile PlaySound(...) the compiler returns: error C3861: 'PlaySound': identifier not found Am I missing a ".h" file? Is PlaySound ...
    PlaySound
    ... PlaySound(soundfile, NULL, SND_ASYNC); return 0;} One more thing, I forgot to include the <string> header file, you think you could do it yourself or should I ...
    Support for PlaySound
    A memory leak issue occurs in the Audiodg.exe process ...
    Fixes a memory leak in the Audiodg.exe process. The process leaks several hundreds of bytes for every call to the PlaySound function. This issue occurs in ...
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    ACC: How to Convert API Calls from 16-bit to 32-bit
    Advanced: Requires expert coding, interoperability, and multiuser skills. Because the architecture of Windows 95 and later and Windows NT is 32-bit, there ...
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    ACC: How to Play .WAV Sounds on Events in Microsoft Access
    Microsoft Access does not have a built-in function to play sound files on events, such as when a form is opened or closed. However, you can use the ...
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    How to Control the Volume of Sound Files from Visual Basic
    The Visual Basic MCI Control doesn't allow volume control of a Windows sound file. The volume can be controlled through the Multimedia API by using the ...
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