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Patrick Patienc...
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NOTE: This is about REGULAR OpenOffice, NOT portable.

I have downloaded the setup file for OpenOffice.org, which is currently saved to my desktop...I have also installed all of the programs. Does anyone know what's my best choice to burn the setup to disc, hopefully with some kind of Setup Screen, because I hear you can burn OpenOffice.org to disc, and distribute it. What's my best option to burn it do disc? Note: I have NTI CD&DVD Maker 7.

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Installer or OO itself

If you mean the installer, just burn it to disk. You can create an autorun.inf for it to make it autorun on insertion. (google for help on that).

If you mean to be able to run OO from CD, then you need to use OpenOffice.org Portable in Live/CD mode. OO itself can't be run from CD otherwise.

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Thanks...BUT

Thanks alot, I've made an AutoRun for the OpenOffice.org program, it's pretty nice, I've created all the need links, and the tutorial for the program (autorun typhoon) told me to burn the files to disc. The only problem from hear is, I have NTI CD&DVD Maker 7. The options for it are, Data, Audio, Copy, Backup, Photo, and Video. Which one of these do I choose. Note: For the copy option, the files have to be in NTI format, which I don't know how to change to...What should I do, is there different burning software I should *download*, or will NTI work fine? If so, I just need to know which option to choose.

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If you have

WIn XP, use the built in burning software.Or try something like DeepBurner

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Might as well

Get a couple questions answered at once, to save some time. I notice most of the autorun creating program trials (or ALL that I gave seen so far) only allow the C.D./D.V.D.'s to work on the computer they were created. Does anyone know of a completely FREE autorun program?

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