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Microsoft® Office Groove® 2007 Step by Step by Barry Preppernau, John Pierce, Rick Jewell

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Using Audio Chat

In addition to chatting online in text, you can use audio features in the Chat tool to speak to other members of a workspace. The first step in broadcasting a chat is to have a computer with the hardware you need, specifically a set of speakers and a microphone. If your computer’s sound system is set up, you can then walk through a wizard in Groove, named the Audio Tuner, which helps you adjust the volume and quality of sound that is appropriate to chatting through audio in Groove.

Groove provides the following two types of audio chatting:

  • One to all. Chatting one to all is Groove’s default audio chat method. In a one-to-all audio chat, the person who is speaking has the right of way. In other words, workspace members can talk while ...

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