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Hi, I'm kind of new using computers (2 years in the process of learning). I have a Mac Performa 6320 PPC and I would like to make and use an Invisible File. I have looked though the Mac help guide and Mac Bible without any promises to see the light. Can you help??? thanks.
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It's Bit 14 of the finder flags. With Norton Disk Editor you are able to set it.
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Thank you for responding so quickly rbr. Though I have no idea what you are taking about with the Bit 14 of the finder flags. Maybe you could make this a little simpler for me, like I said... I'm new at this. Thanks again for the fast response.
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