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This will identify the different components of the Audio Feature in Collaborate Web Conferencing.

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1 Expand/Collapse button
2 Microphone Level indicator and slider
3 Talk button and Audio activity indicator
4 Audio Setup Wizard button
5 Options menu
6 Speaker Level indicator and slider

3 & 4.You will know someone has their microphone turned on (has activated the Talk button) when the blue Audio activity indicator (Audio activity indicator icon, #4 above) appears next to their name in the Participants list.

7. You may see the Video transmission or the profile picture (or default profile icon) of the person currently speaking in the primary Video display. The display will also show their name. Whether or not you see this depends on the configuration of the Video display.

1. Use the Expand/Collapse button to reduce the size of the panel

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NOTE: this will allow more space for the rest of the user interface on the screen, but will only be useful if you are not planning to use video during your session.

2. Adjust your microphone speaking level

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3. Depress the Talk button in order to speak

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NOTE: You only need to click the button once; you do NOT need to hold it down. Once the Talk button is activated, you will notice that a blue microphone appears, indicating your mic is on.

4. Run the Audio Setup Wizard

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NOTE: The Audio Wizard should be run after getting in to the live session for the first time. It should not need to be run again unless you change your audio components.

5. Familiarize yourself with the Audio Options menu

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NOTE: Almost all of these functions can be accomplished in other ways as well as through the Options Menu.

6. Adjust your speaker level

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NOTE: this control the loudness of your speaker output, regardless if you are using a headset or not

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