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Posted by: SarahJ53
Posted on: Oct 12th, 2005, 10:04pm
I am not particularly technology fluent but I can get around in most common software applications...I want to create a CD that has a Table of Contents and a variety of projects I have created in Word, PowerPoint, and Excel to provide to an employer prior to an interview next week....Is this the type of product that could do that?....I also do not want the CD to be able to print or copy....Thanks for any advice you might have for a relatively unsophisticated technology user.....Sarah
Posted by: bold
Posted on: Oct 13th, 2005, 5:37am
yes you can do this and much more
Posted by: Artur Petrosyan
Posted on: Jul 19th, 2009, 1:32am
I was asked at work to create an educational CD which would consist of images, videos, PDF files, etc. Is this software right for that purpose. I am thinking about buying it, but I am not sure. I know that it works only on PCs, but what about those who use Macs? Also, I would like to be able to have some Armenian text typed, will this software let me do so? Is there a trial version that I can download and see if this is what I am looking for? Thanks.
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: Jul 19th, 2009, 12:22pm
Yes, it is perfect for your purpose. As for Mac, it is years that all Mac can run PC programs with a simple "emulator" software (there are cheap and free emulators). Some PC programs do run quite slow, but this is not the case for CDFrontEnd that is fast.
As for Armenian, I believe you should put the text as "image" (e.g. within a Paint Graphic program you write the text, or you grab the text from a MSWord screen shot with the ALT + Print Screen keys on your keyboard).