Not to worry! Forums are designed for asking questions :bigsmile:
Now, I didn't really understand what you had tried to do from your post...
Firstly - did you import one large wave file into Audacity which contains all the "tracks" that you want to split out?
If you did, the you should see something like the screen shots with a Wave file.
When you have this single file you can zoom in and then decide where you would like the first track to begin and end. Use the copy and paste function to make it a new, separate track.
Then export this single track as a separate file "track 1" e.g.
Repeat, selecting and copying for tracks 2,3, etc.
At the end they will all be saved as separate files, which you can then make into a playlist or burn to CD (making sure not to insert any gaps between them).
If you want to use WaveRepair instead, you can open your single large wave file, and use the cue sheet function to pick where your tracks begin and end. This is probably more like the "markers" you are describing.
Once you have made the cue sheet, you then rip the big wave file into the separate tracks - which will still be named track 1, track 2 etc. Then you can make a playlist / burn in the same way.
If you are still having problems with this, maybe post some screen shots of what exactly you are doing so it will be easier to help.