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I have a program on my desktop that I want to save to 3.5 disk.When I try to copy it over I get an error saying that the program is too large for the disk.Is there a way that I can save the program to multiple disks?(3.5 floppies)
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You can download one of several programs (PKZIP, WINZIP) as shareware, they allow you to "span" a file across several diskettes:

www.pkware.com
www.winzip.com

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That did it.Thanks a lot!!
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