About the sound file, what about downloading the wav file, open the media
player on the computer and select the wav file for play (I know this will
work on a PC, am not sure about the latest Mac media player). You can
minimize the player until needed to start the sound.
Maybe some of the Fellows can share their tips as well.
At 01:53 PM 1/27/98 EST, you wrote:
>In a message dated 98-01-27 13:41:20 EST, you write:
><< Try http://lcweb2.loc.gov/ammem/ndlpedu/apply/intro.html
> You can also get the application in .pdf there.
> Try it there, you'll have a better copy than a fax would provide.
> Judy Graves
>Hi Judy, I was in the collection today working on my presentation for
>Saturday and Lo and behold! I found the application. You all are so clever!
>I will just show the teachers where to find it in the collection and let them
>copy it. That way they get into the collection on their own. Thanks for the
>URL. I will put it out too. While I am writing you, I wanted you to know
>that I am planning to use the wonderful presentation on Antietam (the one you
>showed me in Cincinnati) as part of my demonstration of the collection at the
>workshop. I hope it all works. I have been having problems with realaudio
>player so, if I can't get it to work I won't be able to use the music which
>will be a real shame. The hotel where I am presenting does not have internet
>access so I am working on videotaping moving through the collection. I think
>it will be easier than trying to work with webbuddy or webwhacker. I will let
>you know how it goes. Thanks again for responding to my e mail.