CD-ROM Professional's CD-recordable Handbook: The Complete Guide to Practical Desktop CD

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Pemberton Press, 1996 - Computers - 238 pages
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CD-Recordable is a revolution, and the analogies to the printing press and the laser printer are right on target. Until now, CD-R has been complex, confusing, and difficult to learn. This is the most comprehensive and comprehensible guide to CD-R technology and practice available. The authors not only explain (clearly, in plain English) how to set up a CD-R system and write a disk, but also the 'what' and 'why' of using CD-R. The Windows CD-ROM included with this book was replicated from a master disk created by the authors using CD-R. In addition to the searchable full text of the book, the CD includes working demos of powerful CD-R software programs, important utilities for CD-R users, and more.

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\Dana J. Parker and Robert A. Starrett are the coauthors of CD-ROM Fundamentals.

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