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How do I zip a large file (9 MB) into parts that fit
a disk (1,4 MB)
I use WINZIP.

Thank you.

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What version are you using.... I'm using Winzip ver 6.3 SR-1 (32-bit) If you want this software you can get it at http://www.winzip.com

OK here are the trick.... first you highlight the selected files, then right-click your mouse on the selected files, and select "Add to Zip"

Then in Winzip program type in your destination in the "Add to Archive" column where the default is "c:\windows\" just delete it off and key-in "a:\...."

Then you will see that the part where is dim "Multiple Disk Spanning" will be highlighted. You can choose "Automatic, Automatic + wipe first disk prompt or no spanning"

Last, just click "Add" and it will prompt you for inserting disk and etc. till the last disk.

Thats all, good luck.

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Thank you, very much!
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