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Making archive files in Windows
When you are moving or copying a set of files, it is often
convenient to build an archive file that contains
copies of all the files in the set. There are many types
of archive files, but .zip archives are a good
choice because the format is supported by many different
Follow this procedure to build an archive file
- Click on My Computer.
- Select the files you want to copy to the archive.
- Select File →
Add to archive. This
brings up the Add to Archive window.
- Using the Archive format: pull-down
menu, select "Zip".
- In the Archive field, enter a
name for your archive, starting with "u:\", and
ending with .zip, then click OK.
To extract some or all of the files from the archive in
your TCC account, see `Extracting archive files in Windows'.
Next: Installing and using winscp
See also: File transfer: moving files to or from the TCC
Previous: File restore: Copying files from removable media in Windows
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