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Saving or Downloading MP3 audio files from your Blackboard Vista course You may use a mac or a pc. You may use Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox. If you want to save a lecture recording (mp3) to your computer, one of the following 6 methods should work for you. Methods: 1) Click the link. You may see a box that asks if you want to save the recording. If you choose save, the recording will be saved to your computer. 2) Right-click the link and select Save Target As or Save Link As and you will be able to save the recording to your computer. 3) On a mac, you may be able to use method 2, above, but you may not have a right mouse button. Click and hold down the mouse button on the recording's link. The menu you need may appear. 4) In Firefox, click the link to begin listening to the recording. Once the recording has started to play, you can go to File and click Save Page As or Save Frame As. If you see a notice that says
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Unformatted text preview: you are about to save or download an mp3 file, you are in the right place. Save or download the file and it will be stored on your computer. 5) In Firefox, click the link to begin listening to the recording. Once the progress bar has filled all the way to the right, you can go to File and click Save Page As or Save Frame As. If you see a notice that says you are about to save or download an mp3 file, you are in the right place. Save or download the file and it will be stored on your computer. 6) In Firefox, click the audio file to begin playing it. Go up to tools and select page info. Click the media tab. Youll see a type column. Scroll down until you see embed. Click that line. Click the Save As button to save the audio file to your computer. I...
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course BIO 111 taught by Professor Dr. bos during the Fall '10 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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