• To save your selections as a new Sound Theme
  • Turn on visual notifications for sounds (Sound Sentry)
  • Turn on text captions for spoken dialog
  • To change system sounds associated with a program event




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    To change system sounds associated with a program event





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    Under Program, select:

    • The program event you want to change from the list.

    • A sound to apply to it from the list under Sounds.

    • Test the sound by selecting the Test button.

    Note: You can also look for other sounds by selecting Browse and following the interface to add them to the sounds list.

    Under Program:

    • Select the program event you want to change from the list by pressing TAB, and the arrow keys.

    • Apply a sound to it from the list under Sounds by pressing ALT+S, and the arrow keys.

    • Test the sound by pressing ALT+T.

    Note: You can also look for other sounds by selecting Browse (ALT+B)and following the interface to add them to the sounds list.


    To save your selections as a new Sound Theme





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    After making all selections, select:

    • Save As.

    In Save Scheme As:

    • Type a name for your new Sound Scheme.

    • Select OK.

    After making all selections, select:

    • Save As by pressing ALT+V.

    In Save Scheme As:

    • Type a name for your new Sound Scheme.

    • Select OK by pressing TAB, then ENTER.



    Turn on visual notifications for sounds (Sound Sentry)


    If you would rather receive notifications for system sounds visually rather than audibly, you can select Turn on visual notifications for sounds (Sound Sentry), and then choose the visual warning you want.




    Mouse actions

    Keyboard actions

    1

    To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

    • Start.

    • Control Panel.

    • Ease of Access.

    • Ease of Access Center.

    To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

    2

    Under Explore all settings, select:

    • Use text or visual alternatives for sounds.

    Under Explore all settings, select:

    • Use text or visual alternatives for sounds by pressing TAB, then ENTER.

    3

    Under Use visual cues instead of sounds, select:

    • Turn on visual notifications for sounds (Sound Sentry).

    Under Use visual cues instead of sounds, select:

    • Turn on visual notifications for sounds (Sound Sentry) by pressing ALT+R.

    4

    Under Choose visual warning, select one of the following options:

    • None.

    • Flash active caption bar.

    • Flash active window.

    • Flash desktop.

    • Select Save.

    Under Choose visual warning, select one of the following options:

    • None by pressing ALT+N.

    • Flash active caption bar by pressing ALT+B.

    • Flash active window by pressing ALT+W.

    • Flash desktop by pressing ALT+K.

    • Select Save by pressing ALT+S.


    Turn on text captions for spoken dialog


    Many programs use sound in animation and video, and others use sounds to indicate that activity is happening on your computer (such as when a document starts or finishes printing). Some of these programs provide text captions as rough equivalents for the audio information, like the closed captioning that accompanies your television programming. Using this option you can see the visual equivalents when sounds play (only available when media authors have provided this information).




    Mouse actions

    Keyboard actions

    1

    To open the Ease of Access Center, select:

    • Start.

    • Control Panel.

    • Ease of Access.

    • Ease of Access Center.

    To open the Ease of Access Center, press:

    • Windows logo key +U.

    2

    Under Explore all settings, select:

    • Use text or visual alternatives for sounds.

    Under Explore all settings, select:

    • Use text or visual alternatives for sounds by pressing TAB, then ENTER.

    3

    Under Use visual cues instead of sounds select:

    • Turn on text captions for spoken dialog (when available).

    • Select Save.

    Under Use visual cues instead of sounds, select:

    • Turn on text captions for spoken dialog (when available) by pressing ALT+U.

    • Select Save by pressing ALT+S.




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