Soundfiles in MIDI-format are often long, so it might be necessary to stop playing
the sound (e.g. when the macro is finished). Here is an example:
Private Declare Function mciExecute Lib "winmm.dll" _ (ByVal lpstrCommand As String) As Long Sub PlayMidiFile(MidiFileName As String, Play As Boolean) If Dir(MidiFileName) = "" Then Exit Sub ' no file to play If Play Then mciExecute "play " & MidiFileName ' start playing Else mciExecute "stop " & MidiFileName ' stop playing End If End Sub Sub TestPlayMidiFile() PlayMidiFile "c:\foldername\soundfilename.mid", True MsgBox "Click OK when the MIDI file starts playing..." MsgBox "Click OK to stop playing the MIDI file..." PlayMidiFile "c:\foldername\soundfilename.mid", False End Sub
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