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Using Creator 9 To Burn Excel Files


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Until recently I was able to revise Excel files and save them to a rewritable disk using Creator 9. Unfortunately I lost the hard drive recently. In reloading the Roxio software, I have not been able to reestablish the connection between Roxio Creator 9 and the Windows Excel program. Does anyone know how this is done? Roxio no longer gives support to Creator 9 and I have not been able to find other entries on this issue. Thanks.

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It 'sounds' like you were using Drag to Disc which V9 was the last version to offer it.

 

Not bad because all we are seeing about it now are posts from people who can't read their discs anymore…

 

It was never intended to be any kind of a backup program. Learn how to use Classic or Data Disc if you want rock solid backups.

 

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What do you mean by "...reestablish the connection between Roxio Creator 9 and the Windows Excel program..."?

 

 

Before I lost the hard drive, I could open Excel, work on a file and save it to the disk simply by doing a "Save As" and going to the drive with the disk. Roxio would perform the saving on the disk. Initially I was using Easy CD Creator 5 but then had to update to Roxio Creator 9.

 

Are you using v9 or C2009.Couple years difference in products.

 

The label on the CD indicates it is Roxio Creator 9, which I believe is your reference to v9.

 

It 'sounds' like you were using Drag to Disc which V9 was the last version to offer it.

 

Not bad because all we are seeing about it now are posts from people who can't read their discs anymore…

 

It was never intended to be any kind of a backup program. Learn how to use Classic or Data Disc if you want rock solid backups.

 

 

Do you know how to implement the Drag to Disc function on v9?

 

I am installing Norton Ghost for a complete back up. I only used Roxio to save certain personal Excel files to disk. If I can't use the Roxio program any longer, I will switch to a flash drive for the same purpose.

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