TutorialHow to Make a Zip File

March 3, 2019by aizuddin0
Zipped files (also know as zipped file, compressed file, zipped folder, compressed folder or zipped archive) are one or more files on a computer disk that have been combined into a single file in a space-efficient manner to reduce their total file size. This is very useful when disk space is limited or when people download files. Since multiple files can be stored in a zipped file, a single file can be downloaded then unzipped to easily download many files at once. How to Zip Files?

  1. Select all the files you want to zip together by holding the CTRL key and clicking on each one.
  2. Click the right hand button on your mouse, and select “Send to” from the menu that appears.
  3. Select “Compressed or Zipped Folder” from the secondary menu.
  4. This will create a new Zipped Folder, which will show up as a new icon.
  5. Now you can use the “Browse” function on the application to find that icon and select it for upload.

** Alternate Method

  1. Open the folder that contains the files you would like to Zip together.
  2. Click the right hand button on your mouse and select “New” from the menu that appears.
  3. Select “Zipped File” from the secondary menu.
  4. A new icon will appear in the folder, which is ready to be renamed. You may use any name as long as it ends in “.zip”
  5. Drag and drop any files you wish into the Zip file.
  6. Now you can use the “Browse” function on the application to find that icon and select it for upload.

If you are unable to send to a Compressed or Zipped Folder when right-clicking on your files, you may not have a zip software program installed.

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