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I have a file with over 100 pictures that I want to burn to a DVD or CD. The file was made with Microsoft Power Point. When I try to burn it, it doesn't give me that option. What's the problem? Thank you for any help you can give. lilart
 

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I want to take the file with me to show the pictures to someone not in my home. The file is a Power Point. I thought I would be able to put it on a disc to show it to some people who live across town. I thought it would be easy to copy to a disc, but when I go into Send To, it does not have the usual choices, but one option was "data", but when I chose that, it wasn't directed to my D:\ drive. Nothing happened. Does putting them in Power Point limit showing themon my own computer. How can you save this to a disc? lilart
 

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I want to take the file with me to show the pictures to someone not in my home. The file is a Power Point. I thought I would be able to put it on a disc to show it to some people who live across town. I thought it would be easy to copy to a disc, but when I go into Send To, it does not have the usual choices, but one option was "data", but when I chose that, it wasn't directed to my D:\ drive. Nothing happened. Does putting them in Power Point limit showing them on my own computer. How can you save this to a disc? lilart
 

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I would just copy it to a cheap usb stick instead of wasting a blank cd.
And if they don't have power point on their computer I would also download PowerPoint viewer as well.
 

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I did solve my problem. I had tried to save the file on a DVD which did not work. After trying to get help on-line with Microsoft with no luck there, I just took out the DVD and put in a CD-R disc and it accepted the file, all 100 plus pictures. Thank you all for your help. lilart
 
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