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Windows 7 Thread, Password Protect in Windows 7 in Technical; Originally Posted by RichCowell If it's for the exam boards etc. you don't usually get them back, so it'd be ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichCowell View Post
    If it's for the exam boards etc. you don't usually get them back, so it'd be a nice little gift for them, and expensive for the school :-p
    If you offset the cost of the time for one person making a multi-dvd archive against the cost of just using a memory stick then the overall loss might not be so steep.

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    7zip allows you to also save standard zip files with password encryption.



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