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Coupala questions for today:

1) How do I break zipped files into smaller zips without unzipping the file?

2) Is there a way to bypass the installation while unzipping a file?  Just to create a derectory with a bunch of unzipped files and install them later?

P.S.  I use Winzip shareware.
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1) download apackmk2.zip from www.winsite.com
2) Depending on the zip file, some automatically installs while unzipping, while most unzips it to a specified directory without installing anything. Create a temp directory off of your C: drive and unzip everything there.
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What does apackmk2.zip do?
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It breaks down large files into smaller ones, so that you can carry them on floppies, if you wish.
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