How can PDF documents be distributed on CD, DVD and USB stick using an Autorun Menu ?
You want to create documents in PDF format and distribute them on CDs, DVDs or USB sticks so that you can promote your products, service, company or dissertation.
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You want to solve the following:
- How do you get the interest of users after they have inserted the CD, DVD or USB?
- How can you quickly show the user the contents and what is available?
- How can you get this important information to be displayed as soon as the data-carrier is inserted?
- How can you structure the CD so that the user does not have to search for information?
The fatal mistakes you should not make.
- Leave your users unsure about what to do or what to expect after they have inserted the CD etc.
- Make your users search for documents themselves
- Lose the interest of your CD, DVD and USB users
Simply create an autorun user interface for your CD, DVD or USB Flash Drive using and all of the problems listed above are solved.
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Introducing CDMenuPro - the Autorun CD Menu Creator
This page introduces a software product for Windows that is easy-to-use and that makes creating professional and impressive auto-run menus easy. The software is called CDMenuPro.
No programming skills required
A host of project aids, templates and ancillary software modules enable anyone to achieve professional results in no time at all. Using drag-&-drop operations, you can easily transfer the documents and menu objects to be linked into the menu window.
Impress your CD users
CDMenuPro imposes no limits on creativity. With the help of background images and graphic buttons, you as the menu designer have complete control over the user interface's look & feel.
Create any corporate design
Your company's or product's design and branding can be used for the CD menu application.
Isn't it time you started using the right CD Menu Creator Software
CDMenuPro is being used across the world by thousands of users and has won a large number of awards.
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CDMenuPro: Autorun CD Menu Creator Software for all 32- and 64-Bit Window systemes
Detailed list of the software features available on this page:
CDMenuPro - Autorun Menu Creator
- for all Window systems
- ease of use by project assistants
- no programming knowledge required
- quick results by use of templates
- any corporate design can be realized
- extensive add-on software
- detailed documentation
- Training Cards
User interface for removable media
- for CD
- for CD Businesscards
- for DVD
- for USB Stick
- CD Menu for presentation
- CD Menu for Company presentation
- CD Menu for Product presentation
- CD Menu for Product catalog
- Electronic CD brochure
- CD documentation
- Slideshow CD
- A CD program archive
- CD Business Card
- Autorun CD Menus
- Job applications
- CD Autorun Applications
- CD ROM Presentation
- DVD Autorun Applications
- Vista: USB Flash Drive Autorun Applications
- Autorun Pdf files
- Autorun Html files
- Autorun Power Point
Autostart, Autorun, Autoplay
Autostart, autorun and autoplay are all terms used to describe the same function, namely the automatic starting of a program as soon as a CD or other data-carrying device is inserted into a Windows computer. This function is often used for multi-media presentations. If the CD or DVD contains a number of documents or files, it makes a great deal of sense to start a CD Menu first so that users can easily navigate. Users can then select the file they want to see using the buttons on the user interface.
see: CD Menu
CD Menu is the name give to programs that self-start when a CD is inserted into the computer drive. Documents, presentations, files and programs can be linked to buttons contained in the user interface that appears when a CD is started. The term "CD Menu" dates back to the days when CDs were the only data-carrying mediums. Today "CD Menus" can be created for all data-carrying devices such as DVD and USB sticks.
Portable Document Format. A platform-independent file format for creating, presenting and printing text and graphic documents.
USB Stick / USB Flash Drive
USB flash drive is the correct name for a USB stick. A USB stick is a portable data-carrier device located in a compact case. The data is saved on the flash memory electronically.