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					How To: Self-Serve Station

 DRC Adaptive Lab
 Room(s): 216H & 216J
 Computer(s)
    216H: 0 Computer(s)
    216J; 1 Computer(s)

Contents
 1. What is This Station Used For?
 2. Start-Up
 3. Using the Programs – The Basics
1. What is This Station Used For?
   This Station is designed to be used by Students as a Self-Serve Station for Text-to-Audio
Converting. This Self-Serve Station has a number of programs that allow a student to
convert their Text Books to Audio files.
        HP Smart Document Scan Software




          ABBYY FineReader 8.0 Professional Edition




          Microsoft Office Word 2007




          TextAloud




          Kurzweil 3000




          Roxio Creator Plus: Burn CDs & DVDs
2. Start-Up
    The Self-Serve Station is designed to be self-sufficient. Everything the student needs for
Text-to-Audio converting is at this station. Before using the programs, make sure the
scanner to the left of the computer is on if you need to use it to scan in a Text Book and that
you have some sort of medium with which to save files to, such as a thumb-drive or CDs.
    Depending on whether or not you have already scanned in your text book, you may want
to skip the Scanning Section.
    Depending on what file type is desired, you may wish to skip to a specific section: either
Making Audio Files or Making .kes Files.
    If the Student already has the desired files and needs to know how to burn CDs, skip to
the Burning CDs Section.
3. Using the Programs – The Basics
    The Self-Serve Station has 5 Programs that are especially loaded onto it for the student
to use. The three major programs used for the converting are all large and powerful
programs, but for most students just the easy basics will be needed to get what they want
out of it.
    Each of the 4 sections in The Basics outlines how to follow through with a specific
process: Scanning, Converting to Audio files, and Converting to .kes files, and Burning CDs.
       A. Scanning
   This Section outlines how to go about scanning material that you want to convert.




              a. Setting-Up
    The only thing needed to do to set-up the scanner is to make sure it is turned on. To
check this, the power button on the far left of the scanner should be lighted green and the
display on the right half of the scanner should read “Ready.” If neither of these are true,
simply push the power button once and the scanner will turn on.
    WARNING! The scanner must be turned on and reading “Ready” for the computer
software to correctly work on the computer. If you are shown an Error message, simply
close the message and turn the scanner on before starting the software again.
              b. HP Smart Document Scan Software
    Now that the Setting-Up is complete, open the HP Smart Document Scan Software. The
software will open and there will be to sections in the window: Scanner and Select a Scan
Profile.
                       i. Scanner
    The Scanner part of the window allows the student to choose what part of the scanner
to use for scanning. For scanning text books the Flatbed (Scanner Glass) option will be
chosen. If the student has a handout that needs to be scanned, then the Simplex option
should be chosen, or if the handout is double-sided then chose the Duplex option. The
default option is Flatbed.
                      ii. Select a Scan Profile
   In the Select a Scan Profile there are 8 options for the student to choose from for
scanning. To make this part of scanning much simpler, 2 profiles have been created for the
use of scanning: “DRC – AMC = PNG” and “DRC - AMC = PDF.”




   The Profile “DRC – AMC = PNG” makes grey-scale PNG images for the student to use in
ABBYY. This Profile will also automatically rotate the text so that it can be read. The
Scanning option is defaulted to Flatbed, but the student can change that after selecting the
profile if they need to. The files will be saved in the SCANNER Folder located on the
desktop.


   The Profile “DRC – AMC = PDF” makes grey-scale PDF images for the student to use in
Kurzweil. This Profile will also automatically rotate the text so that it can be read. The
Scanning option is defaulted to Flatbed, but the student can change that after selecting the
profile if they need to. The files will be saved in the SCANNER Folder located on the
desktop.


   It is Suggested that the student use these Profiles over the other options because they
were made with the use of Text to Audio Converting and Kurzweil use in mind.
                      iii. Scan… Button
   The Scan… Button at the bottom of the window is the button that starts the scanning
process. Once the correct Scanner and Scan Profile have been selected, and the material in
the correct place to be scanned, use this button to start scanning.



    A new window will open, titled “Executing Profile ‘PROFILE NAME’…” This window will
show the current progress on the current scan being performed. The page to be scanned
will be displayed on the top-left of the window screen. If there are multiple pages being
scanned, then the next page will be displayed next to the first on the left and so on to the
next row where it will start underneath the first page and continuing onto the left.
        Flatbed (Scanner Glass)
    When using the Flatbed to scan, the student doesn’t have to process each page
individually. After each page has been scanned, the student can open the scanner and set
up to scan another page. After the scanner is ready, use the Scan More Pages Button on the
lower left of the window. The new page will be inserted just to the right of the page in the
Executing Window that reads “Insert new pages here” with a big blue arrow. This can be
done multiple times until the student has all the pages scanned that they want.



    When done scanning, use the Done Scanning Button, near the Scan More Pages Button
in the lower left of the Window.



         Simplex
   When using the Simplex option to scan multiple sheets at once, the student should make
sure that the side to be scanned is facing up on the feeder tray, with the first page to be
scanned on the top. The text does not need to be facing a specific direction if the Scan
Profile was set to the DRC – AMC = PNG Profile because the Software will automatically
rotate the page so that the text is readable.
   After each set of pages has been scanned, the student can set up to scan another set of
pages. After the scanner is ready, use the Scan More Pages Button on the lower left of the
window. The first new page will be inserted just to the right of the page in the Executing
Window that reads “Insert new pages here” with a big blue arrow. This can be done
multiple times until the student has all the pages scanned that they want.



    When done scanning, use the Done Scanning Button, near the Scan More Pages Button
in the lower left of the Window.
         Duplex
   When using the Duplex option to scan multiple double-sided sheets at once, the student
should make sure that the side to be scanned is facing up on the feeder tray, with the first
page to be scanned on the top. Each even numbered page will e the backside of the odd
numbered page beforehand (a.k.a. page number 2 is the backside of page 1, page 4 is the
backside of page 3, etc.). The text does not need to be facing a specific direction if the Scan
Profile was set to the DRC – AMC = PNG Profile because the Software will automatically
rotate the page so that the text is readable.
   After each set of pages has been scanned, the student can set up to scan another set of
pages. After the scanner is ready, use the Scan More Pages Button on the lower left of the
window. The first new page will be inserted just to the right of the page in the Executing
Window that reads “Insert new pages here” with a big blue arrow. This can be done
multiple times until the student has all the pages scanned that they want.



    When done scanning, use the Done Scanning Button, near the Scan More Pages Button
in the lower left of the Window.
              c. Saving Scanned Files
    After the student is done with scanning, they can save the pages that they have scanned.
After clicking on the Done Scanning Button, a new window will open up that is titled Browse
for Folder. If the Scan Profile is set to DRC – AMC = PNG then the default folder for saving is
the SCANNER Folder located on the Desktop. It is suggested that the student create a new
folder in the SCANNER Folder to save their scanned material in and that they name the
folder something that relates to the material scanned (for example: Class #_TEXT BOOK
NAME_CHAPTER #).


   Near the bottom of the window, there is a place to type text called “File name starts
with:” which is where the student can name their scanned pages. The Student can type
what they want to call the selection of scanned pages and the software will amend page
numbers to the end of the file name. It is suggested that the student name the files with
something that relates to that material scanned (for example: Class #_TEXT BOOK
NAME_CHAPTER #).
   Now that the text has been scanned, proceed to either Section B. Making Audio Files or
Section C. Making .kes files, depending on what format the student wants, or Section D.
Burning CDs to burn the content to a CD.
       B. Making Audio Files
   This section explains how to use ABBYY, Word and TextAloud to convert your material to
Audio files.
               a. ABBYY
   ABBYY is the first program used after scanning when audio files are wanted. ABBYY lets
the user open multiple images at a time and can read most any text wanted.




                       i. Opening Files
   The first step is open the files that you want to convert. Click on the large “Open”
button or go to File, Open, and select the files that you wish to convert. ABBYY can open
both image files such as .tiff or .png and also the Adobe Acrobat files, .pdf.




   A good rule when opening files to convert is to concentrate on one chapter or section of
a book at a time. This way it is easier to save the audio files at the end and know exactly
what part of the Text Book they belong too.
   Be advised, if you open a large amount of files all at once, or a large .pdf file, then it will
take some time for ABBYY to load it completely.
                      ii. Selecting Text
   After the pages have been loaded it is time to select what text you want ABBYY to read.
There is a button on the left of the screen that allows the user to create boxes on the image
that show ABBYY what to read.



   When selecting text to read, it is VERY important to select the text IN THE ORDER OF
READING PREFERENCE. If you select the text out of order, right-click on the text box and
change the number in the right-hand corner of the pop-up window and then click enter to
execute the change.
   Also be sure to select the page number first on each page, so that you can keep track of
which page the audio is reading. This will come in handy later on in the process when using
Word.
                     iii. Reading
  After all the text for each page has been selected click on the “Read All” button to tell
ABBYY to read all the text that was selected, starting from the first page until the last.




   If sometime after you have had ABBYY read all the text, you realize that you missed
something, you can always box that text and then change the “Read All” button into a
“Read” button and this will have ABBYY read just the currently selected page so as to be
able to read the new text box.




   If you notice that the text is not being well wrong and that the page that the text is
associated with is titled slightly off so that the text is not horizontal, then you can fix the
image so that the text is horizontal. This will allow ABBYY to read the image that much
better as well.
   Go to the Image drop-down menu and then Image Adjustments and choose Straighten
Text Lines. This will have ABBYY scan the text and rotate it so that it can be read better.
   If the page you are currently working on is read 90 degrees off from the horizontal, then
the student can rotate the image Clockwise or Counter-Clockwise. First go to the Image
drop-down menu, then go to the Rotate / Flip Image and choose either Rotate Clockwise or
Rotate Counter-Clockwise. If the student needs to, there is also a Rotate Upside Down.




                    iv. Cleaning the Text
   After ABBYY has read all the text that you have selected, then it is up to the student to
make sure that everything was read correctly. ABBYY will display all the read text in a
window to the right of the image. The student should skim the text and make sure there are
no obvious mistakes to it. If there is, the text is editable by the user. If ABBYY wasn’t sure
about how to read something, it will display the text highlighted.
   While making sure that the text was read correctly, there are certain things the student
should also do to make the converting process smoother:
        On the first page of the text, make sure to type “page” before the page
           number and a period after that number.
        Place periods at the ends of titles and headings. This will later help
           TextAloud know when to stop reading for a pause.
        Always make sure the page number is the first text being read for each
           page, and if there isn’t a page number then type it in!
        Don’t worry if a line of text carries over onto the next page, that can be
           cleaned in Word easier than ABBYY.
                        v. Sending Text to Word
    After all the text has been looked over by the user, it is time to send it to Word. The far
right large button can be used to send all the text to Word.




   Click on the small triangle on the right side of this button, and a small menu will pop
down. From this menu go to “Send All Pages To,” and the choose Microsoft Word. This will
automatically send all the text to a Word Document that will automatically pop-up with all
the text inserted into it.
   The text will be in the exact same order as it was in ABBYY, except when there is too
much text to fit on one page in Word, then it will bleed over onto another page. But this
won’t affect the rest of the document, as each page in ABBYY is loaded into word as its own
page. This means if you started every page in ABBYY with the Page Number, then every
page in Word will start with the Page number as well (except as just noted above, when
there is too much text for one page).

   Now that the text has been sent to Word, proceed to Section b: Microsoft Word.
              b. Microsoft Word
   Word is used to finish up the cleaning process of the text. This allows the user to make
the text ready to send to TextAloud so that it can be read correctly. To do this, custom
made Macros for Word have been made and loaded onto the computer of the student to
use.




                     i. Macros
   To access the macros for Word, open the View Tab in Word. On the farthest right will be
a Button called “Macros.” You can either click on the button or open the drop down menu
and choose “View Macros” to open the Macros Window.




   With the Macros Window open, the two macros that the student will be using are the
“DerekClean” and “TextAloud” macros. These macros were specially designed for use in
the Text to Audio converting process and they will help make the text better formatted for
use in TextAloud.
   Once the desired macro is selected, hit the “Run” button on the right of the window and
the macro will run.
                       ii. Finish-Up Text Cleaning
    Now that the text is loaded into Word, the cleaning process can be finalized. The first
thing to do is activate the “DerekClean” Macro. This macro is specially programmed for the
cleaning process done for the Text to Audio converting process: it will insert pauses and
breaks into the text for when TextAloud reads it, add the word “page” before each page
number and a period afterwards, and it will format the text to better fit in Word and read in
TextAloud. Once the DerekClean Macro has been run, all the text will be Selected and
highlighted in black, so be careful to de-select the text before attempting anything.
    With the help of Spell Check, it is much easier to see spelling mistakes. BE WARNED
though, Spell Check will not agree with any words that are uncommon. This means that if
the text is from a Scientific Text Book, then most of the scientific words (if not all) will not
be recognized by Word.
                        iii. Saving Text
After all the text is finished being cleaned, SAVE the Word Document as something obvious
for what it stands for (a.k.a. BIO 111 – Biology concepts = chapter 2.doc). This is important
because this allows the user to quickly open this file up again should they ever lose their
audio files. If the Word Document is cleaned correctly this can be invaluable.
     Saving is also important if the student hasn’t finished cleaning what they are working or
if they would rather clean the Word Document on their own at another computer.
                       iv. Sending to TextAloud
    Before sending to TextAloud, make sure TextAloud is open is and there are no articles
already in it by going to the Edit drop-down menu and choosing “Delete All Articles”.
    Now activate the “TextAloud” Macro to send all the text in Word to TextAloud. Once
this Macro is run, a few windows will pop up. The first Pop-Up Window will describe the
instructions for using this Macro. Be sure to read these instructions VERY carefully.
   After having read the instructions and hitting the OK button, the next two windows that
pop-up one after the other will ask what the start and end page number are of the
document. Be sure that the number already in the text box matches the start and end page
number of the word document, not the page numbers of the text.




   If you enter in the wrong numbers then this error message will pop up.




   After checking the page numbers, Word will start to copy each page to TextAloud. This
process may take some time, so be prepared to wait.
   If while checking the page numbers you hit the cancel button, an error message will
open and cancel running the macro. Simply hit the “End” button and continue.




   Now that you have sent the text to TextAloud, proceed to Section c: TextAloud.
              c. TextAloud
  TextAloud is the program used to convert text to audio files. It is a useful tool, but it is
most useful when the process before hand is completed correctly.




                       i. Double Check Articles
    After TextAloud has been loaded with the text from Word, you should always double
check the articles to make sure that everything transferred correctly. On the chance that
the text did not transfer correctly, go to File, Delete All Articles and then go back to Word
and try the TextAloud Button again.
    You should also take the time to make sure that the pages are correctly numbered and in
the correct order. If the page number is the first thing in the article, then when it is
converted into an Audio File, its name will start with “page” followed by whatever page
number it is. This can be checked by looking above the article for the Title Box and Article
List.




     The Article List will mimic anything typed in the Title Box, so the student should be sure
to double check what is in the Title Box and make any changes they wish there. This also
allows the student to change the name of the file if they wish. This is incredibly useful as it
allows the student to quickly be able to navigate the audio files looking for the correct page
to listen to. It also insures that when the files are created they can be listened to in the
correct order.
                      ii. Listen to Text
    This is an important step because this is the first time the student can listen to what the
text is going to sound like. The student should try listening to an entire article to get a good
feel for what the rest of the text is going to sound like.




    This is also a good time to check that the Volume and Speed of TextAloud. The controls
are on the right of the screen and are scroll bars. The speed bar should be set to around 170.
This speed is where the text is read at the most normal everyday speech. The Volume scroll
bar should be set to the maximum at 255.
                       iii. Choose File Type
   To choose what file type to convert the text into, you must know what you are going to
do with it. If you are going to stick the CD in a CD player, then .wav is the right choice. If you
only need to put them into your computer or an MP3 player, then create .mp3 files.
   To choose what file type you want created, go to the Options drop-down Menu and
choose Voices and File Options.




  Then go to the File Options Tab and to the Audio File Format chooser and choose either
Wav or MP3 format.
                   iv. Choose File Creation Folder
   Now that everything is set up, click on the To File Button.



     The pop-up window will then ask where to save the audio files after they are created.
CHOOSE CAREFULLY where to save the files using the Browse button. It should be a place
that you can easily access, such as a folder on the desktop or in the My Documents folder. It
is suggested that the Student create a Folder on the desktop to use to save these files into
so that they can be easily found.




   Now that your audio files have been created, proceed to Section D: Burning CDs.
       C. Making .kes Files
   This Section explains how to convert your material to .kes files.




              a. Opening Kurzweil
   When using Kurzweil 3000 to make .kes files, the student should make sure to open it in
the correct form. After having clicked on the icon to open Kurzweil 3000, a small window
opens to allow the user to choose what form of Kurzweil to open.




    For the student to use Kurzweil to create .kes files with the use of .pdf files, the program
must be opened in the “Kurzweil 3000 Color Professional 10.0” form. This is the form that it
is suggested that the student open Kurzweil in to avoid any confusion and this guide will
assume that Kurzweil is opened in this from as well.
               b. Loading Files
   To load files simply click on the Open button at the top of the screen or go to the File
pop-down menu and select Open. The open window will always load into a specific folder,
but since it is unlikely that the student has any of their work there, simply look for the
correct folder and load the material as normal.



   If the student has scanned something recently, look for the SCANNER Folder located on
the Desktop.




     The best File Type to load into Kurzweil is a .pdf file, so it is suggested that the student
create .pdf files when scanning (see A. Scanning b. HP Smart Document Scan Software
ii. Select a Scan Profile).
              c. Zone Editor
    The Zone Editor is the function that tells Kurzweil what to read by crating Reading Zones.
To start Zone Editor, go to the Scan drop-down menu and select Zone Editor or use the
shortcut CTRL + F5. This will show all the Reading Zones currently on the page.




   This is where most of the editing will take place in Kurzweil: deleting and adding Zones.
Zones come in 2 colors, blue and yellow. Always delete all the blue zones, as they interfere
with the reading and they aren’t needed. The yellow zones are the ones that will read the
text. Each Zone has a number attached to it that designates what order placement it has in
reading.




   To edit Reading Zones, the Zone must first be selected (it will change a dark yellow
color). Then left click on the Zone to show different options available such as:
         Delete Zone: Deletes the current Zone selected
         Properties: View the properties of the current Zone selected and change
           the Reading Order of the Zone
         Adjust Zone: change the shape and location of the currently selected
           Zone
   When a Zone is not selected and the mouse is left-clicked on an empty place different
options are allowed:
        Add Zone: Create a New Reading Zone that will be number last to be read
   The Student should be careful to only Zone what they want read, that the Zones are in
the correct reading order, and that they completely cover the text.
   To exit the Zone Editor, simply use the same command as before to start Zone Editor.
              d. Editing Zoned Text
    Once all the Text has been Zoned, the student should check to make sure that Kurzweil is
reading it correctly. To do this, left click on the page when the Zone Editor is off, and then
select Edit Underlying Text. A window will open on the bottom of Kurzweil that will show
everything that Kurzweil can see in the Reading Zones.




    The student should make sure that everything that Kurzweil sees is correct. If there is a
mistake, simply click on the word in the Editing Window and type the correction. At the
bottom of the window there is a box title: Selected Word:. When the student changes a
word, this is where the correction can be made.
    After the student has double checked the text, click on the small “ x” button on the top
right of the Editing Window.
              e. Save as .kes
   After the student is done editing the text, the file should be saved. To save, go t the
drop-down menu and choose Save As..., then choose where to save the file. It is suggested
that the student name the files with something that relates to that material scanned (for
example: Class #_TEXT BOOK NAME_CHAPTER #). Before saving, make sure that the file is
going to be saved in the correct format, .kes.
   The student should be sure to save the file(s) either to a thumb drive or proceed to
Section D. Burning CDs.
              f. Listen to text
    Now the student can listen to the text. Just click on the spot of the text that you want
to hear and then select the Read Button.
    To change some of the settings for listening to Kurzweil, use the Yellow Reading
Toolbar. This is the Toolbar that allows the student to customize how Kurzweil reads text.


   The first box allows the student to change the voice reading the text.
   The second box controls how Kurzweil reads a line of text. It is suggested that this
option be left on the Continuous choice.
   The third box is the Reading Unit selector. This changes what Kurzweil Highlights while
reading. For example, if the student wants the whole paragraph highlighted that Kurzweil is
reading, then select Paragraph.
   The fourth box controls the Words per Minute that Kurzweil is reading. The higher the
number selected, the faster that the text is read. It is suggested to set this number
somewhere between 150 and 170.
   The fifth and final box controls the zoom in Kurzweil. The default Zoom is set to the
width of the image so that the entire width is shown, but the height may not be. The
student should change the zoom as they like.
       D. Burning CDs
   This Section explains how to use Roxio Creator Plus to burn scanned material, audio files,
and .kes files.




              a. Starting-Up
    Roxio Creator Plus is a simple program to use. It is suggested that while burning CDs
though, that the Student doesn’t continue doing more work on the computer as this could
make Roxio slow down or possibly even create a bad disk.
    The main use that Roxio creator Plus will be used for is the creation of Audio CDs or Data
Disks. Audio CDs are used to record Audio files for playback on different kind of Media
Players. Data Disks are used to copy data files to a disk for use in another computer later.
    Audio CDs will be made for playing back Audio Files and Data Disks will be made for
storing files such as scanned material and .kes files.
              b. Scanned Material
   If the student wishes to create a CD with the scanned material, then they will use the
Data Guide to create a Data CD with the information they want on it. To start, click on the
Data Guide Button on the left of the Window.


   After opening the Data Guide, the student is presented with 3 choices to choose from,
and Data Disk is the choice that should be selected.




   After this Button is clicked, the window will change to Data Disc and now the student
can choose what files to burn by clicking on the Add Data Button.


    This will open a small window where the student can Browse to find the files that are
wanted.
    It is suggested that the student organize the files before they are burned by creating
Folders on the Disk and then adding the data into those folders. This lets the student add a
variety of scanned material to one disk without mixing everything together and makes all
the data easier to sort through and easier to find a specific group.


    While adding material to the disk, make sure that the disk doesn’t become overly full.
This can be checked by looking in the lower left corner of the Window at the Disk image
located there.




   Once all the data the student wants is added, to burn the disk, simply click on the large
red button in the lower right corner of the screen.




   The window will then change to a screen that shows the burning process and completion
bar. When the process is complete, Roxio will inform you. If the process fails for some
reason, you can go back and try again.
              c. Audio Files
    There are 2 types of Audio discs that the student can choose from: Audio CDs and MP3
Disks. Audio CDs will play in a CD Player and Car CD Player. MP3 Disks can play in certain CD
Players and computers and can hold much more data than an Audio CD.
                      i. Audio CD
   If the student wishes to create an Audio CD, then they will use the Audio Guide to create
an Audio CD with the information they want on it. This will create an audio disk that can be
read in almost any CD player. To start, click on the Audio Guide Button on the left of the
Window.


   After opening the Data Guide, the student is presented with 2 choices to choose from,
and Audio CD is the choice that should be selected.



   After this Button is clicked, the window will change to Audio CD and now the student can
choose what files to burn by clicking on the Add Data Button.


    This will open a small window where the student can Browse to find the files that are
wanted.
    While adding material to the disk, make sure that the disk doesn’t become overly full.
This can be checked by looking in the lower left corner of the Window at the Disk image
located there.




   Once all the data the student wants is added, to burn the disk, simply click on the large
red button in the lower right corner of the screen.




   The window will then change to a screen that shows the burning process and completion
bar. When the process is complete, Roxio will inform you. If the process fails for some
reason, you can go back and try again.
                      ii. MP3 CD
    If the student wishes to create a MP3 CD, then they will use the Audio Guide to create a
Jukebox CD with the information they want on it. This will allow you to burn MP3s on the
disk that can be read by computers and MP3 Disk Readers. To start, click on the Audio Guide
Button on the left of the Window.


   After opening the Audio Guide, the student is presented with 2 choices to choose from,
and Jukebox CD is the choice that should be selected.




   After this Button is clicked, the window will change to Jukebox CD and now the student
can choose what files to burn by clicking on the Add Data Button.


    This will open a small window where the student can Browse to find the files that are
wanted.
    While adding material to the disk, make sure that the disk doesn’t become overly full.
This can be checked by looking in the lower left corner of the Window at the Disk image
located there.




   Once all the data the student wants is added, to burn the disk, simply click on the large
red button in the lower right corner of the screen.




   The window will then change to a screen that shows the burning process and completion
bar. When the process is complete, Roxio will inform you. If the process fails for some
reason, you can go back and try again.
              d. .kes Files
    If the student wishes to create a CD with .kes material, then they will use the Data Guide
to create a Data CD with the information they want on it. To start, click on the Data Guide
Button on the left of the Window.


   After opening the Data Guide, the student is presented with 3 choices to choose from,
and Data Disk is the choice that should be selected.




   After this Button is clicked, the window will change to Data Disc and now the student
can choose what files to burn by clicking on the Add Data Button.


    This will open a small window where the student can Browse to find the files that are
wanted.
    It is suggested that the student organize the files before they are burned by creating
Folders on the Disk and then adding the data into those folders. This lets the student add a
variety of scanned material to one disk without mixing everything together and makes all
the data easier to sort through and easier to find a specific group.


    While adding material to the disk, make sure that the disk doesn’t become overly full.
This can be checked by looking in the lower left corner of the Window at the Disk image
located there.




   Once all the data the student wants is added, to burn the disk, simply click on the large
red button in the lower right corner of the screen.




   The window will then change to a screen that shows the burning process and completion
bar. When the process is complete, Roxio will inform you. If the process fails for some
reason, you can go back and try again.

				
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