The Complete Idiot's Guide to Creating Your Own CDs

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Que, 2001 - CD-ROMs - 271 pages
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With 'The complete idiot's guide to creating your own CD's', you will find the information and counsel you need to copy data, audio, and photographic information onto Cds using Easy CD Creator from Roxio (Adaptec). Find such necessary as troubleshooting tips, the differences and similarities between recordable and rewritable CDs, recording software options, and how to make jewel case labels. This light-hearted, all-in-one beginner's guide brings you up to speed on all you need to know and probably will get you wondering whether or not those old 8-track tapes in the basement would be good for skeet shooting.

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Contents
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Creating an Audio or a Data CD 33
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Entering Murky Waters Creating Multi
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About the author (2001)

Terry Ogletree is a consultant. He has worked with computers since 1980. Terry has worked with UNIX and TCP/IP since 1985 and has been involved with Windows NT since it first appeared. He is the lead author for Upgrading and Repairing Networks, 2nd Edition (Que), Practical Firewalls (Que) and has contributed chapters to Special Edition Using UNIX, Third Edition (Que) and Windows NT Server Unleashed (SAMS).

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