Create a folder and simply:
Choose the item,
right click on it
go to the folder
You can group copy by holding down the left mouse button and moving it for a square. Grabbing an icon in the square by holding down the button after you make the selection.
Copy here if not move here.
The last I remembered, vista had a "make a cd" option. If not, then go to the multimedia program and choose the cdwriter. program A simple data cd will do.
Both my Gateway GT5658E desktop and my Dell XPS1210 notebook came with MS Vista Home Premium.
I need help.
1. Please tell me how to copy individual files of data, .jpg, avi., mp3, etc. to a cd.
2. Does it matter if the desired copy includes a mix of data, .jpg, .avi, & mp3 or do they all need to be the same?
3. How to make a diskcopy of a CD or DVD?
Should I be able to do all these copy tasks using Vista Home Premium or do I need another program(s)? If I need other s/w, what do you suggest?
I realize this is pretty simple stuff, but I'm having trouble.
Thanks in advance for your help.