Arstechnica has an article on creating a bootable Windows 7 USB drive.http://arstechnica.com/business/2009/12/the-usb-flash-drive/
Thanks. I downloaded that tool and read the page in the Microsoft store about it and I guess my question now is how to get the files from my Windows disc into an ISO format. It appears that you can buy an ISO of Windows 7 but I want to avoid doing so because I already bought the Professional Edition of Windows.
Ok so I used a tool called Imgburn to convert the files on the windows disc into an ISO. I opened up the program you linked and it said the file was an invalid ISO. I tried making another ISO file with Daemon tools and received the same results.