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When the user presses Command1, I want a MP3 to play. Give me code I need to use in the Command1_Click.  In your answer, Please use C:\Music.MP3 as the MP3 file name.
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http://www.planet-source-code.com/vb/default.asp?lngWId=1

go there and search for "play mp3" you will get tons of examples that will answer your question and probably future questions you may have about the same topic
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Thanks for The link. Although you didn't actualy answer the question, you did lead me to a solution, thus earning you a *B*
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