Password protect individual file

  Axii9 11:29 01 Jan 05
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How do I password protect individual files? WinXp.

Ta,

  bremner 11:31 01 Jan 05

If XP Pro use the built in EFS (Encrytption File System)

If not click here= and pick one

  bremner 11:33 01 Jan 05

Sorry should learn to read properly.

If you just want to password protect then if it is an Office document then choose save as > Options and add a password.

If it is another file then the easy way is to use Winzip and password protect the zip file.

  LinuxPenguin 17:09 01 Jan 05

Winzips passwording has never worked for me, id recommend using zipgenius though, that way if you use the CZIP function, it is properly encrypted.

  Axii9 07:52 02 Jan 05

The files are one I already have saved in my documents. Can I still add a password?

What is zipgenius?

Also, is there any way to add a password to existing folders? Either in my documents or my pictures?

Thanks.

  bremner 08:17 02 Jan 05

Do you already have Winzip - if so millions of people successfully use that to password protect files/folders.

zipgenius is just another zipping program with similar functionality. If you do not have winzip then give zipgenius a try.

  Taff36 09:44 02 Jan 05

What Kind of file is it? (Word, Excel ?) If it is an Office file do as Bremner said earlier. File>Save As> then options to add a password - You can use the same file name.

  Axii9 10:50 02 Jan 05

A few word documents saved in my documents, and a picture folder saved in my pictures.

  Taff36 11:17 02 Jan 05

Have you managed to password the Word Files as we described then?

What Operating System are you using?

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