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ok the what about wheather to save or run and i dont know what you mean by:

Here

C:\Windows\System32
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also is that something i need to buy?
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When you install winzip, set it to open with the winzip wizard

Click run on the file and tick, close this box when the download completes, winzip should start, when it asks where to unzip it to, click broswe then locate the C:\Windows\System32 folder, click unzip and install
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For post 17, it is a trial which is enough for this
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i did this and its asking install to: and has desktop,my computer ect
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winzip or the file
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im in winzip setup and put the C:\Windows\System32 folder in the field and clicked browse then that came up
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Click browse then look for the folder, don't type anything
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i guess maybe i didnt finish installing it cause the window sez;setup will install into the following folderwhich it will create if necisary if you want to install in a different file or folder type the name below.please advise
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Creat a folder in My Documents, install it to that, then move it from the folder to Windows\System32
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How do I:
then move it from the folder to Windows\System32

I need real idot proof instructions.I have created the folder i my documents and then clicked next it brought up some files i then closed it.
Thanks
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Left click the file once so it highlights, click move on the left

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Click the + next to local disc C

Click the + next to Windows, look for system32 and click it once to highlight, click move

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ok i clicked move then what?Now Its just the my documents window thats open.That and the forum are the only 2 things open.
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Close the box where you clicked move, the file should not be where it was, if so, close my documents, log out, reboot, try Outlook
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Still same issue when i restarted i got a window/message:winzip ws not found or its the incorrect versioneither re-install winzip 10.0 or remove the winzip quick pick(this was the title of the window/message) from the c/documents ect.
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