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Turn off Captivate Click Box sounds

Posted on 2006-07-03
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Hi All,

I cannot get Captivate Click Boxes to turn off the &*^*((& sound associated with them.  I have went into mouse properties and deselected Mouse Click Sounds, but they still play.

Any help??
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If you're referring to Adobe Captivate, this isn't the right area for the question. Saying that, I'm not sure which area is!
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