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Need help with Copying to a cd

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  1. wrenie

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    Hi, I need help figuring out how to copy to a cd from my computer. I am going to save things like recipes, patterns, ect. All data type files. Can you tell me how to get it from my yahoo box to a place where I can then drag it to my easy cd creator program. Thanks Wrenie
     
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    Opps, I forgot to tell you that I am running Windows XP. Thanks Wrenie
     
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    A little reading for you here
     
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    Thank You vB Code, I will check this out in the morning, It is getting kinda late for me tonight. Wrenie
     
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    Dear Motherboard, I am so sorry, I addressed my reply to vB Code instead of you. I thank you for your kind help and as I told (vB Code) I'll read this first thing in the morning. Wrenie
     
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