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Software for creating training CDs

by eecoff / January 2, 2007 2:51 AM PST

Hi, I am a consultant and do training in several countries. I want to begin delivering part of my training on CD-Roms, the Internet or both. Can anyone please give me some suggestions?


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Software for creating training CDs
by sstevens69 / February 23, 2007 9:26 AM PST

You don't say what you're consulting in... but why couldn't you just do a slideshow in Powerpoint to create your CD-Rom based training? If your client doesn't have PPT, you can download a free powerpoint player from Microsoft's website.

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by matsofter / September 15, 2009 9:29 PM PDT

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CD Publishing Format
by MoneyWays / September 25, 2009 3:15 PM PDT

I think you need CD publishing format and I think Adobe Acrobate Writer owns the rights to that. This allows you to write to CD rom and allows other people to use Adobe reader to read your CD, I believe it will cost over $600.00 USD but I am not sure.
I think I read about an article on it on a how to make money online website,for online business and marketing.
The site I think it's on is .
I found this site a month ago online and have learned a lot for free. Never any cost.I believe I saw it posted in the website archives at the bottm of the page. Hope that helps you out.
I know I need to set up a program and had to go with acrobat writer

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by icdtranslation / October 22, 2009 8:06 AM PDT

We could help you with your training using Captivate, we can also translate your content.

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