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Win95 FAQ Part 5 of 14: Modems and TAPI
Section - 5.3. How can I get an outside line in my office phone system?

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   This is the obvious thing to want if you use Win95 from your office.
   Run Control Panel/Modems, hit Dialing Properties, and check out the
   "To access an outside line" boxes. Type in the appropriate keys you'd
   normally press on your phone's keypad into these boxes. Insert a comma
   after this code to insert a five second pause. For example, "9," dials
   nine then waits five seconds before dialing the outside number.
   Remember that "," because you need to let your phone system switch to
   an outside line before you start dialing. The "," is typically a five
   second pause but this may vary depending on the modem type.
   
   If you have a unique code for dialing long distance in your office,
   you can put it in there, but don't include the standard "1" because
   TAPI does this already.
   
   All Win95 modem apps will use this rule as soon as you OK it.
   

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Top Document: Win95 FAQ Part 5 of 14: Modems and TAPI
Previous Document: 5.2. How do I use my modem with Win95 apps?
Next Document: 5.4. How can I dial long distance?

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