Thanks for the suggestions!
Actually, I could just throw the files on there and call them & walk them through. Or Word docs. Just that I know Nero lets you make some pretty nice looking menus - for example with Photo VCDs. Thought there might be a way to do it with data files.
These files are all .exe files: The main 5.0 installation file, the upgrade patch to 5.02, and the balance are scrapbook templates, "collection" files (their new virtual album organizing module, like Google's Picasa), and Corel images files - about 100 MB worth. It's all too big to email, so burning CDs is the best option. Of course I could have had CD versions sent directly to them. They would have had instructive CDs, but the sale was on ESD versions!
I'm sure I can walk them through it, but I figured there must be a way to give it a nice looking menu, with the programs in the correct installation order. (With the short cryptic names, they might just double-click, say, the 5.02 patch before the 5.0 set-up). I've done this with Nero's Photo VCDs, and it's pretty intuitive. But I can't seem to find a way to do it with a data CD.