VB 4 and sound.wav files

Visual Basic , vb4 , Visual Basic 4 Austin, United States
  • 8 years ago

    I people, I posted earlier and can't find my thread, so if you've seen this title before, I apologize.

    I used to be a member here like 2.5 years ago, then moved out to the hic country, love it out here, but just now able to get internet.

    I have a program I did in Visual Basic 4 and am having trouble get .wav sounds to work or play, so I went out and bought Visual Basic 2005, sounds files are really nice and easy in this version, but I hate the way it does it's compile, so I went back to VB4 and am hoping someone can assist me in getting a .wav file assigned to a certain button. My operating system is XP. Any help would be greatly appreciated and it would save my program from being ignored. Thanks in advance for any assistance.

  • 8 years ago

    HI people, I posted earlier and can't find my thread, so if you've seen this title before, I apologize.

    I used to be a member here like 2.5 years ago, then moved out to the hic country, love it out here, but just now able to get internet.

    I have a program I did in Visual Basic 4 and am having trouble get .wav sounds to work or play, so I went out and bought Visual Basic 2005, sounds files are really nice and easy in this version, but I hate the way it does it's compile, so I went back to VB4 and am hoping someone can assist me in getting a .wav file assigned to a certain button. My operating system is XP. Any help would be greatly appreciated and it would save my program from being ignored. Thanks in advance for any assistance.

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