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How To Can I Make A Audiocd Desktop Shortcut


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What you would need to do is use Explorer,go to C:/Program Files/Roxio and look for a .exe file that will open what you want.If you find them,right click and hit Create Shortcut.

I'm not at a machine that has Roxio right now or I'd give you the exact path (if there is one).

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I was wondering if there is a way to make desktop shortcuts to the most frequent using task such as Audio CD,Video Capture,Copy CD.IF so can someone please show me how to do this please

 

 

Right click the Desktop, click New Shortcut. The Create Shortcut Wizard Launches, click Browse, expand the + next to my computer, choose the drive/program folder where Roxio EMC is installed. In version 10 click, Audio Master 10, highlight MusicDiscCreator10.exe, click OK, then click next, click finish. Your Desktop Shortcut is created on your Desktop.

 

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I am looking for is Easy Audio cd. Where is that one.

Easy Audio CD is part of EMC 10's Home application. As such I don't think you'll find a separate .EXE file that you can make a shortcut to.

 

After you use it a few times you should find it comes up as "Audio CD" in the "Most Frequent Tasks" pane of the Easy Media Creator 10 Suite Home application. That way it will be "right there" for you as a shortcut when you open up EMC 10, and after it has gone and looked for updates and then gone and got you the Digital Media Report advertising from Roxio.

 

Regards,

Brendon

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Easy Audio CD is part of EMC 10's Home application. As such I don't think you'll find a separate .EXE file that you can make a shortcut to.

 

After you use it a few times you should find it comes up as "Audio CD" in the "Most Frequent Tasks" pane of the Easy Media Creator 10 Suite Home application. That way it will be "right there" for you as a shortcut when you open up EMC 10, and after it has gone and looked for updates and then gone and got you the Digital Media Report advertising from Roxio.

 

Regards,

Brendon

One of these days I'll have to look at the Home application. :lol:

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There's actually an easy way to create shortcuts on the desktop for some of the applications.

 

In Windows, go to Start\ Programs, then click on the Roxio Easy Media Creator 10 folder.

 

There are several applications listed, including VideoWave and Sound Editor.

 

Just click on the icon (ie Videowave) in the folder and drag it to your desktop. If you're using Vista, it will ask you permission to move the application. Tell it yes. It won't actually move it, it will create a shortcut.

 

If you're using an older version, the same instructions apply, but what's available to drag and drop to the desktop will depend on the version.

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When you find "Easy Audio CD" your way, tell me ml... :)

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I didn't say it would work with everything. It only works with the applications in the Roxio EMC folder.

 

Brendon's method is the quickest way to access the Easy Audio CD, and unfortunately, you have to launch EMC 10 to do that.

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I didn't say it would work with everything. It only works with the applications in the Roxio EMC folder.

 

Brendon's method is the quickest way to access the Easy Audio CD, and unfortunately, you have to launch EMC 10 to do that.

 

 

ml, I think we got drug into this! It seems that Brendon is showing Dave it's more a EMC 10 thing than a windows thing.. :lol: :lol: :lol:

 

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