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Nearly all of these tutorials start by making a grub4dos USB boot disk. Once you have made this boot disk, you just need to add the 'payload' files (e.g. an ISO or perhaps the contents of a CD or DVD) and then edit the menu file (menu.lst) so that you can choose the added files as a boot option.
Therefore, once you have made your bootable grub4dos USB drive, you do not need to reformat it with RMPrepUSB or install grub4dos again. So, to follow another tutorial to add a different OS, just skip the steps to format the USB drive and skip the step to add grub4dos. Typically, all you will need to do is copy some more files to your USB drive (as directed in the tutorial) and then edit the menu.lst file.
In this way you can build a multiboot USB drive to boot dozens of different OS's and utilities all from the same USB drive!
I would like to receive feedback on these tutorials - are they too short or too long, would you like more pictures and more step-by-step details, have you had any trouble getting them to work or understanding them, etc.? Please let me know!