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What is the best way to archive my digital photo files?

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Archiving your images on a DVD is just about the best, most cost-effective way to organize and care for your pictures. Making your own DVDs is quick and easy and doesn't require much investment. And a DVD can hold up to seven times more than a CD, which adds up to about 15,000 photo-quality pictures per DVD! The best part? DVDs make storing and sharing photos a snap.

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