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How do I assocate the windows compressed folder in Windows XP with other file types. I want to associate  WAR and JAR files with the Compressed (zipped) folder. I can not down load any programs to my company laptop.
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If you are certain that the Windows Compressed Folder Extraction Wizard is able to handle those file types, do the following in order to reassociate them:

- Start > Run > cmd [ENTER]
- type:
assoc .WAR=CompressedFolder [ENTER]
assoc .JAR=CompressedFolder [ENTER]
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Of course, you need to type those commands inside the command terminal (DOS prompt) that will open.
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