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When you turn on the "Provide feedback with sound" option in any of the Microsoft Office programs, you may receive the following error message after clicking OK in the Options dialog box:
Microsoft Office Sounds are not installed on your system. To install them, point to Microsoft on the Web (Help menu) and click Free Stuff to connect to the Microsoft Web site. Look for the Sounds folder, and then download and run the file to install and turn on the sounds.
The Microsoft Office Sounds files are not installed when you run the Setup program for Microsoft Office. In order to install the Sounds, you need to run a separate installation program for these files.
In order to install the Sounds files, you do not have to connect to the Microsoft World Wide Web site; they are included in the \Valupack folder on the Microsoft Office compact disc. To install the Sounds files, do the following:
http://office.microsoft.com/downloads/2000/sounds.aspxTo verify the "Provide feedback with sound" setting is working, do the following in Microsoft Excel:
The Microsoft Office 97 Sounds provided in the Office 97 ValuPack add fun audio cues to screen elements as you work with them in any Office 97 program.
How to Turn On the Sound Option
How to Preview, Change, or Remove Sounds for Office Program Events
For more information about Microsoft Office 97 Sounds, do the following:
Article ID: 159751 - Last Review: October 4, 2013 - Revision: 1.2
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