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Adjust sound balance in Vista

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Anyone knows how to adjust sound balance (left and right) in Vista?
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Question by:asllin
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right click on the speaker , sounds, go to the tab playback , options, there should be a levels tab. there you can see a balance button. don't you love xp ? :)
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by:asllin
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is this the easierest way to adjust?
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by:asllin
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is there a way to go back to "classic" view?
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by:Fattah089
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Yes, towards the left side select "classic view"
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by:asllin
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Sorry, I am not talking about the control pannel.  I am talking about the "classic view" for Vista.
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by:Fattah089
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Sorry asllin, i'm not at home right now so i cant tell you exactly.  I do remember seeing it in the preferences if you right click the desktop and go to preferences.  I think its under theme? I'll check for you shortly when i get home (2hrs) and let you know..
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by:asllin
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Thanks Fattah089.  Just to let you know, I do know about the "taskbar and start menu" click view.  Just wonder if there is a classic view for others, like the sound balance adjustment, so don't need to go throught many steps to get to the balance settings.
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by:Fattah089
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Ok if your talking about all the seperate windows such as sound/mouse/printers.. etc.. i highly doubt it.. whats the point of vista then :) your supposed to feel that fresh new feeling ;)
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I do like the new feelings, but not taking away the conveinece.
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