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Windows 95 users do not have that option available and to avoid that problem should select: "Ignore Dialing Properties" inside Speed Dial Edit window and manually include area code number.In visual basic declare: Declare Function tapi Request Make Call Lib "TAPI32.The following example shows how to use wait-for-quiet: 777 4321 @ 1,,1,,3,,2,6578768934210564,0500,72779673# Another dial option is wait-for-dialtone.If a modem supports this option, it pauses after a W character in the dial string until it detects a dial tone.There may be a noticeable pause after the first 79 digits are processed by the modem.This is due to TAPI limitation, which does not 'notice' when modem finishes processing the numbers.The caller then waits to hear a "bong" on the line (the billing tone).
It allows software developers to produce telephony software that will work with any modem, as long as that modem is TAPI-compliant.The following example uses wait-for-dialtone: 9 W (905) 777 4321 In the wait-for-quiet example, both the @ and the comma are used for pauses. How to change this value user should consult the modem's manual, however in most of the cases the following init string should work: Dialing will be done in data mode.Typically, user should use the @ when unsure of the length of the pause or when the length of the pause can change and use commas when the length of the pause is consistent and rarely changes. It means, that if the used modem has a speakerphone capability, that function will be disabled.) is not checked, dialer will remove that area code digits from the calling number.On the other hand, when the dialing number does not include local area code but that option is checked, dialer will automatically insert local area code number. Users with Windows 98 and higher should have that option selected.