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These manuals may be the cats pyjamas for doing the clever stuff, but they do assume a lot, so thanks to Bethan and Dorothy for helping with the palette well problem. I'm pushing my luck, perhaps, but could some charitable person just give me a swift rundown on how I copy a file of photos onto CD so that I can keep or send copies that way? No cash prizes offered, but sincere gratitude guaranteed! Take care. John...

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    These manuals may be the cats pyjamas for doing the clever stuff, but they do assume a lot, so thanks to Bethan and Dorothy for helping with the palette well problem.

    I'm pushing my luck, perhaps, but could some charitable person just give me a swift rundown on how I copy a file of photos onto CD so that I can keep or send copies that way? No cash prizes offered, but sincere gratitude guaranteed! Take care. John
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    Hi, John. Well, exactly how depends on your os/cd program. With most of them, you just launch the cd program and drag the files you want to the window. If you are running mac os with a built-in burner, you just drag the files to the cd icon without launching anything.

    In any case, if you want your files to be cross-platform compatible, be sure that 1.) all your files are jpgs or Tiffs with the correct extension showing, and 2.) burn your cd in ISO-9660 format, which is readable by both windows and mac.
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    Yes, John, that's it! I use something else, but the process is usually about the same. Organize the images you want to burn into a folder on your hard drive. (Make sure you know where it "lives"!) Open Nero. There should be a window into which you either drag the folder or a way you can select the folder by name from your hard drive.

    I was the first one to see this, but I'm sure a person who speaks Windows more fluently will be along shortly with better instructions. In the meantime, you can play and see how well you do! Good luck.
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