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Hello,

i was wondering with which app i can add file or content of folder to archive and make a password for it. Also it's important that windows user would be able to open it.
I was trying to do it with StuffIt, but i'm not able. Maybe there is more simple way to do that.

Thank you for advice.

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i have stuffit on my other computer and yes you should be able to do it with that program. inside of preferences there should be something to click on that says something about a passphrase. give it a quick try and see what happens.
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i have stuffit on my other computer and yes you should be able to do it with that program. inside of preferences there should be something to click on that says something about a passphrase. give it a quick try and see what happens.
-chris

yes, i did it, although it's really not that easy to figure out :/

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yes, i did it, although it's really not that easy to figure out :/

thank you.
lol, i am glad i was a bit of help, im sorry i couldnt lead you to walk through it a bit more but stuffit is on my computer in the basement and im not getting out of bed at 1030 on a sunday.
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