Duplicate CD's

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johnsco-p40
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Duplicate CD's

Postby johnsco-p40 » Sun Apr 19, 2009 8:12 pm

Our Stake is sponsering a Prepardedness Fair. The Stake Relief Society president would like to offer a CD with information from all of the clinics in the form of documents and MS powerpoint files. She has asked me to compile the information on a CD then duplicate it to 200 additional CD so she can offer them the day of the fair.
Question: Does any know if the Church offers this kind of service or am I required to have it done by a vendor.

If anyone has additional ideas I am open to them

Thanks in Advance

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Postby russellhltn » Mon Apr 20, 2009 12:23 am

I don’t know of any such Church service. You could do it at any computer that has a burner. It’s just going to take awhile. Maybe do it while watching TV.
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Postby jeffvand » Mon Apr 20, 2009 5:40 am

johnsco wrote:Our Stake is sponsering a Prepardedness Fair. The Stake Relief Society president would like to offer a CD with information from all of the clinics in the form of documents and MS powerpoint files. She has asked me to compile the information on a CD then duplicate it to 200 additional CD so she can offer them the day of the fair.
Question: Does any know if the Church offers this kind of service or am I required to have it done by a vendor.

If anyone has additional ideas I am open to them

Thanks in Advance


There are devices around that will burn 10 CD's at a time. You just make a master and stick it in the burner. I work at a University and there are several around. If I was around I would do it for you. :) You might check around your stake to see if there are any other techie folks that might have access to a device like that. It would make life a lot easier for you!

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Postby johnsco-p40 » Mon Apr 20, 2009 6:48 am

Thanks for the response.
I have a 2 slot burner myself and I am in the process of checking with BYUI. I just wondered about a service by the church.

Thanks

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Postby techgy » Mon Apr 20, 2009 6:53 am

johnsco wrote:Our Stake is sponsering a Prepardedness Fair. The Stake Relief Society president would like to offer a CD with information from all of the clinics in the form of documents and MS powerpoint files. She has asked me to compile the information on a CD then duplicate it to 200 additional CD so she can offer them the day of the fair.
Question: Does any know if the Church offers this kind of service or am I required to have it done by a vendor.

If anyone has additional ideas I am open to them

Thanks in Advance


I don't know where you're located but our stake (and me) use a local service that is in the business of duplication. The prices have been very good. I'm sure they would give you a quick turn-a-round and a good price as the fellow who owns the business is LDS.

http://www.realpagessites.com/cvcaudiovideo/

CVC Audio Video Supply Inc.
646 S. State College Blvd.
Fullerton, CA 92831
Phone: 714-871-1419
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