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After Burning a number of files to a CD I find that the capacity has been
reached. I write to inquire about the remaining files. Is there a way to
use the operating system to 'compare' what has been copied and highlight what
remains to be copied. Similarly, Is there some way to 'span' the files over
a number of CDs through though XP professiona? Much thanks for any guidance

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After Burning a number of files to a CD I find that the capacity has been
reached. I write to inquire about the remaining files. Is there a way to
use the operating system to 'compare' what has been copied and highlight what
remains to be copied. Similarly, Is there some way to 'span' the files over
a number of CDs through though XP professiona? Much thanks for any guidance

quick answer ,in my opinion ,no!

any file splitter programs i've used only split one large file ,and do not pick large amounts of file to be copied and stop when disk is full to tell you to install a new empty disk .
if these are just file you've created then all i know of is you have to do the work of sorting you file into folders of a size that will fit onto one disk .
if the this a hard drive backup then yeah there are programs for this type of backup,that will tell you when your disk is full and ask for new disk.i don't use any myself so i don't know what one to suggest .i just backup mydocuments folder to dvd every now and then
http://www.google.ca/search?q=data+backup+tools+&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a

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