VB 2005: How to import sounds into Resources?

Dear Experts:

I would like to learn how to import sounds (.wav) into the Resources folder.

Thanks a lot!
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Under your project in the Solution Explorer you can right click "My Project".  Then click "Resources", which will bring you to the view of your imported resources.  From the top of that window you should be able to click the first drop-down and choose "Audio" and then in the next drop-down select "Existing File" and browse to it.

I have never added any audio files, but that is basically how I add other resources.  Good luck..

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dutaAuthor Commented:
Thank you so much for your kind, superprompt tip.

I could import the sound into the Resource folder by following your tip.

But the sound does not play.

I used the following code:
 My.Computer.Audio.Play (My.Resources.ari2).
ari2 refers to "ari2.wav" which has been imported into the Resources folder.

Thanks a lot!
dutaAuthor Commented:
I got it all!
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