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If you have experience with the WinZip program, you re probably familiar with the concept of an archive a collection of files that are compressed and combined into a single file. In WinZip, you can extract (decompress) files from an archive individually or all at once, and you can add new files to existing archives. The archive itself, in Windows Explorer, might look like this.
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Using zipped folders, the same archive looks like this.
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Windows Explorer represents the archive as a folder, displaying the folder with a special icon. To see what s in the archive, simply open the folder. To read a file in the archive, double-click it, just as you would double-click a file in a normal Windows Explorer folder. If the file is a document associated with an application, Windows Explorer starts the application, and the application opens a read-only copy of your document. If the item you double-click is executable, it runs unless it requires additional files that are also compressed. In that situation, you need to extract (decompress) all the necessary files first, and then run or install the compressed program (see Extracting Files and Folders from an Archive, page 633). Creating a new zipped folder steps: To create a new archive using zipped folders, follow these
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Part 4: Storage and File Management
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In Windows Explorer, display the folder in which you want the new archive to reside. Right-click empty space in the folder. From the shortcut menu, choose New, Compressed (Zipped) Folder. Type a meaningful name for the folder.
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Managing and Finding Files Adding files and folders to a zipped folder To add files and folders to your archive, simply copy or move them into the zipped folder. If you copy, you then have a compressed version of the copied object inside the zipped folder and the original version outside. If you move, you have only the compressed version and you free up some space on your disk. Note that Windows Explorer copies by default if you drag files into a compressed folder. If you want to move files or folders, hold down the right mouse button while dragging, then choose Move from the shortcut menu. Or simply cut and paste and items. Archiving files with the Send To command You can create an archive and copy one or more files or folders to it in one step by using the Send To command. To compress a single file or folder, follow these steps:
1 Right-click the file or folder. 2 From the shortcut menu, choose Send To, Compressed (Zipped) Folder.
Windows creates an archive with the same name as the selected object. To compress a group of files or folders, follow these steps:
1 Select everything you want to compress. 2 Right-click one of the selected objects. 3 From the shortcut menu, choose Send To, Compressed (Zipped) Folder.
The new archive will have the same name as the object you right-clicked. You can then use the Rename command (or press F2) if that s not the name you want to use. Protecting an archive with a password The ZIP format supports the use of passwords to prevent unauthorized parties from extracting compressed objects from an archive. If you have used WinZip to assign passwords to archives, Windows XP recognizes and enforces those passwords when you extract objects from the protected archive. To password-protect a new archive that you create using zipped folders, follow these steps:
1 Select any file in the zipped folder (not the folder itself). 2 Click File, Add A Password, and then complete the Add Password dialog box.
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These steps apply the same password to every file in the archive. If the archive includes folders, their contents are password protected as well. Be aware that new files added to a password-protected zipped folder do not inherit the password. To add password protection to a new file, first remove the current password from all other files in the archive (select any file, choose File, Remove Password, and then complete the Password Needed dialog box). Then add the new file and reinstate your password, using the same procedure you used to create it in the first place.
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