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Zipping or Compressing


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New to the Mac world and have StuffIt 10.0 and was wondering how you compress or zip a file? Thanks
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New to the Mac world and have StuffIt 10.0 and was wondering how you compress or zip a file? Thanks
You don't even need Stuffit to do that.

http://www.apple.com/pro/tips/zip.html
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wow thanks for the help
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but is there a way to create a multipart .zip file?
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you need stuffit i think



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If you have stuffit you can open the program and do whatever you want or you can right click on the file you want to compress/do whatever stuffit can do. when you right click you will notice a menu for stuff that has many sub menus that allows you to do different things with the file.
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