Friday, April 1, 2011

Windows Tips: How to change the menu text for your DVDs in Windows DVD Maker

1.    This is the fourth article about the Windows DVD Maker feature of Windows 7.
2.    If you’ve any clarifications, go through all the articles published on the site on the same date.
3.    If you’ve successfully added all the files and chosen the burner, it is required to click Next.
4.    Then, if you wish to customize the text for the DVD menu, click Menu text and then do any of the followings:
o    You can click the font box and then click select the font for the menu text.
o    Then, click the font color, bold or italics buttons to select the font color and formatting.
o    It is required to type the title you wish to use for the DVD in the Disc title box.



o    Then in the play button box, you can type a label for the button that plays your DVD.
o    Now in the scenes button box, you can type a label for the button that will display the different scenes of the DVDs.
o    It is required to type a label for the button that will display any notes you enter for the DVD in the notes button box.
o    You can use the notes button and notes page to include information in these fields.
o    Now, click change text.
o    That’s it. You’ve changed the menu texts for the DVDs.

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