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I need to transfer 6 pictures to a disc, and I don't know where to start. I have Windows, Mil edition. Thanks

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Hello Slabrie

To start off I need to know where are your pictures...i.e are they already on your Computer (hard drive) or somewhere else. Assuming that they are on your hard drive already:

1) Locate the pictures. Open the folder in which your pictures are found.
2) Select them all. You can do so by single left-clicking on the pictures one by one while pressing CTRL throughout the process.
3) Then locate your screen ( on the top left corner ) for "edit".
4) Click on it. A drop down menu appears.
5) Select copy.
6) Then click on "start" and search for my computer.
7) Locate your drive. Usually Letter D: E: F: etc. (the picture of the icons can help you here).
8) Open it by double left clicking it.
9) Go on edit From the top left corner and select paste.
10) Bingo! Your files should be present in your disk.

Hope this helps you

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You will need a burning software...me does not have or support that..maybe you can do a save as..but it is doubtful..ME was a slimmed down version and this is one of those issues.

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