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is there a real easy way to do this? just wondering ya know.
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is there a real easy way to do this? just wondering ya know.
Try macupdate.com i remembe rseeing a program that would do it
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You can also create an encrypted, password-protected disk image using the Disk Copy or Disk Utility program (in your /Applications/Utilities/ folder)
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can i password just one folder? I don't see why this needs to be so complicated...figured apple would make this easy for me!
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I'm a Mac newbie myself, and I do what technologist mentioned. It's very convenient for me.
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