Archived from groups: microsoft.public.pocketpc (More info?)
At the bottom of a new note is a little icon that looks like an audio
cassette, click it and the rest will become obvious. Also in settings under
input there is an options tab.One of the options determines the recording
If you wish to record often, and since the 2215 doesn't have a record button
on the side as many PPCs do, you can use the button control panel to
re-assign one of the buttons on the front to be a record button. In that
case when you press and hold that button, you record, and when you release
it stops and saves. You don't have to have the notes app open in this case.
When you push the button it opens a new note, goes to recorder and starts
recording no matter where you started from.
The built in record does have some drawbacks. It is a bit difficult to get
the recording out of a note, it will save to main RAM, and it seems to be
limited by the RAM you have available, since it records to memory first and
then saves. There are many third party recorders out there that mitigate
some or all of those shortcomings. Try searching for Audio Recorder at
Handango. There are free ones as well, that others will surely point out.
Sven, MS-MVP Mobile Devices
"Jenifer" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I was wondering how I can record speech on my hp 2215. I know it has a
> microphone, so how can I use that to make or take voice notes?