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Need help - How do i save a document i created in MS Office word 07 to a CD?




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Save it to the computer then use a program like nero to burn it to the cd
Windows Vista & 7 have a burning program built into them
Yeah Nero has been deleted somehow...the shortcut is still on desktop but the rest is gone...:bang:

So the only way to put it on CD is via a burning program?
 

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XP, Vista, and 7 all support burning to a cd with out a 3rd party program, but they are ****.

Click copy on the file, and go to the blank cd and its either "burn to cd" or just past, I cant remember been so long since I used it.
 

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Yea good luck, last time tried that ended up 3 trashed cd's later.
 

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Copy file - Open your CD drive directory - paste. Click Burn. Magic :) Would you not be better off with a USB flash drive if you have one lying around, rather than struggling with windows' shitty burning platform?

PS: CPU is the actual processor in the computer, not the computer itself O:)
 

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Ok guys all sorted now,cheers for the help.

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Copy file - Open your CD drive directory - paste. Click Burn. Magic :) Would you not be better off with a USB flash drive if you have one lying around, rather than struggling with windows' shitty burning platform?

PS: CPU is the actual processor in the computer, not the computer itself O:)
Yeah i just wrote CPU,Couldnt be bothered writing computer.

Anyway guys all sorted now,cheers for the help.

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