Extracting Files

File Extracting - Is the process of removing file from an archive (ZIP) file.  This "remove" is a non-destructive move. (i.e. a copy of the files still exists in the archive).

Extract To - This is the Folder/Directory that the file(s) will be extracted to.  Use "Browse..." to choose your own location, or select one of the four items below.

Default Folder for Extraction - Click this to use the default folder/directory. See Settings, UnZip.

Last Folder for Extraction - Click this to use the folder used last time you extracted files.

Use System Temporary Folder - Click this to use the system temporary folder usually "C:\Windows\Temp"

"My Documents" Folder - Use this to extract files to the "My Documents" Folder.

Use Folder Names in Archive (Zip) - Select this option to regenerate the folder/directory structure that the files were archived with.

Overwrite Existing files. - Select this option to allow the files extracted from the archive to overwrite ones already on your computer if the file names are the same.  Use this option with caution.

Prompt if file exists - If a file exists with the same name that the file you are extracting, prompt for what action to take.

Auto. Rename by Numbering - If a file exists with the same name that the file you are extracting rename the extracted file by appending a number onto the file name. (i.e. file001.doc)

All Files in Zip - Select this if you wish to extract all the files in the archive to your computers disk.

Selected Files - Select this if you wish to extract only the files that were selected when you clicked "Extract".
 

See definitions for more information.
 
 

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