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Want single shortcut access to default sound playback device choices

Posted on 2007-11-16
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Would like a Quick Launch icon to take me directly to the AUDIO TAB of the Sound and Audio Device Properties applet or other option to let me change my output device without having the extra step(s) of first having to open the applet then navigating to the audio tab where I can make my selection.

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Create a shortcut with this command ... control mmsys.cpl,,2
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right click the desktop, under "Type the location of the item" put in control mmsys.cpl,,2, click next... Name the shortcut and then click Finish.  Drag the newly created icon to the quick launch area if you wish
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Brings up applet to desired tab.
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