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Thank you vey much for helping me.

I'm new to using Microsoft NetMeeting. I have a business call coming up using NetMeeting and would like to save a copy of it so I can play it back. Is it possible to do this using that program? If so, how would I record my meeting?

Again, thank you!

Marylyn27 (marylyn27@aol.com)
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by:GUEEN
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You can save a chat window: (text only)
http://www.stl.nps.navy.mil/chat_tutor.html
Saving the Chat Window Contents:
To save the current contents of the Chat window so they can be opened in a spreadsheet or word processing program, follow these steps:

On the File menu, click Save.

Type a file name in the File Name box, and then click Save. NetMeeting saves the file as a comma-delimited text file with the extension you specify.


I believe that you would need 3ed party software to save video portions:

Addins:  http://www.meetingbywire.com/NetMeetingAddons.htm
http://www.netmeet.net/nmse.asp

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by:marylyn27
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hi..thank you...

i tried the 3rd party programs you suggested but they don't work very well...do you know how i might find other 3rd part software for NetMeeting that records video sessions for playing back later?

i appreciate your help! :))

marylyn
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Hello all,
I am Computer101, a moderator from Experts-Exchange and also an expert within this topic area. This question has been open a long time.  What I am going to do is allow feedback from the questioner and experts.  If it is not resolved, I will delete or accept an answer based on the info I have been given, Experts, feel free to offer input.  I will monitor these questions for a period of 5-7 days and come back and evaluate.  I will have another moderator (who is also an expert in this topic area) look at the question also to ensure we do the right thing for this question.

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I believe that Dave answered the question :)
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Comment from emery800 accepted as answer.

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Thanks! :>)
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I apologize...thank you for awarding to emery...i was away for almost a month...

thanks to all :))

marylyn
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