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hayc59
Im Your Huckleberry
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join:2001-02-26
David R.I.P.
kudos:21

[Other] Make a Copy Of Office Home & Student 2010?

Need to make a back-up copy
of my 'Office Home & Student 2010' DVD
for myself and use Burnaware soft ware.
What is the easiest to less resistance to accomplish this
task? I have two kinds of cd's Sony CDR and Memorex CDRW
thanks for any and all help
G



digitalfutur
Sees More Than Shown
Premium
join:2000-07-15
BurlingtonON
kudos:2

2 recommendations

You can download a backup by providing your product key to MS.

»office.microsoft.com/en-ca/produ···860.aspx



Cudni
La Merma - Vigilado
Premium,MVM
join:2003-12-20
Someshire
kudos:13
reply to hayc59

Must you use cd? If not buy a dvd or two and just copy it

Cudni



JohnInSJ
Premium
join:2003-09-22
Aptos, CA
reply to hayc59

rip the dvd. Save the iso to a 4GB thumb drive ($10 or less at BuyMore ) When you need to use it, mount the iso image (there is freeware out there to do that...)
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Paolo
Mr. Wireless

join:2004-05-29
canada

just make a disc copy of the original dvd and save it in another location



porkpie
No Pork For 40 Days

join:2001-05-28
Cleveland, OH
reply to hayc59

You would have to have somebody copy and burn it for you that has a DVD burner.

Just asking, did you put it on your computer(with the burners that you are talking about)? If you did then it is a CD and not a DVD.
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Love my pork---Give me some skin Man!!


IamGimli

join:2004-02-28
Canada
kudos:2
reply to hayc59

It's Office, there's no need to rip the DVD to an ISO.

Just copy the content of the DVD to whatever media you have, be it DVD, CD (probably won't fit though) or memory stick.