1) I have a 23,000 word chronicle on my desktop and was thinking of saving the file to a CD-RW disc, because I read somewhere that a CD-RW can be used like a diskette which would allow the data to be rewritten over and over again.
2) I burned the chrronicle from my desktop onto a CD-RW, but when I selected the file and made an entry, but when I tried to save the file, I am told that the disck is a read only one. Am I looking at this the wrong way, in trying to think that a CD-RW can be used like a diskette.
3) The final part of the question is this: On CD-RW's or CD-R's there are speed indicators such as 1X-52X and 4x etc. What do these numbers mean and which is the best disc to be used for saving photos and music as compared to those used for data.