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Saving images In the instruction in paragraph : Connecting to your PC there is an information that " You can save images, text data, etc. on this recorder " I wonder how it can be done?

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Basically what it is saying in that paragraph is that you can also use this device as a flash dfrive and save images, text documents, etc. When the device is connected to your computer it is seen by the computer as a disk drive. You would access that disk drive and copy any images or files into any one of the DSS_FLD folders that you see when you access the drive letter that represents the recorder.

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Hi there 2007 staff! I need HELP! I inherited a computer without much info. to go with it...I have 2007 Microsoft Office software on an HP and I use WordPerfect. I am a writer and I am having the hardest...


Hi,

Personally i wouldn't save your text files to CD/DVD unless you catalogue them properly. they can also take up quite a lot of space.

A CD will hold up to 700MB of data to it. A DVD will hold up to 4.5GB which is a hell of a lot of information especially if you just save text documents.


You can use Windows Media center to burn a data CD/DVD which is probably the easiest way to burn a data disk.

Alternatively you could get an external hard drive to save your file to. This would save plenty of money when it comes to writable media like CD's and DVD's and would also cut out the problem of burning a disk.

The plus side to an external hard drive is that none of the data is stored on the computer hard drive itself and it is usable on other computers in case you don't have access to your own computer.



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Then right click the mouse and select "Copy".

Open a blank document (Word, Notepad, Works, etc.) and right click anywhere in the document and select "Paste".

Then click File>Save As... and save it to whatever name you decide.

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Next, open "PAINT" in accessories under MSlop (or any IMAGE editor like Photoshop, Gimp, etc)

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