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MS XP Pro - Saving Files

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When I save files (mainly Word & Excel) and then go to the window to open them, some are in blue font and some are in black. Can anyone tell me why this is happening and is it important? I know it's probably something I am doing.
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the blue ones are set for compression....or the drive/folder that they're in is set for compression...if you've done a disk cleanup recently you may have clicked the box to compress old files/folders
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