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    I know you're done this time . . . but here's some stuff for future reference.

    CD-RW disks are more expensive, but you can keep adding to them until you fill them up.

    CR-R disks are cheap, but once you write to them they're done. They're better for burning lots of data at once or when you want to give something to somebody.

    When you open something from a CD and want to resave it with changes, you have to use "save as" and save with a different file name because you can't overwrite on CD's like you can with flash drives or disk drives.

    Also, if you have a windows PC, there is a burner built into the system. Open explorer (right click on 'start' and click "explore all users"), drag and drop the files into the CD drive, and then you'll automatically be given the option to burn to a CD. This works for both data and music CDs.

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