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Parttioning Hard Drive

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I have a 120 gig harddrive, when I reinstalled win2k yesterday, I forgot to partition the drive.

It goes like this, C:\39 Gig then when I look at the disk management panel, I see that I have 72.73 GB of unallocated space, and the C:\ with 39GB.

I purchased Paragon Partition Management 2005, and now before I mess things up again, I am wondering if anyone can tell me how to go about creating 3 partitions on the HDD.

By that I mean, keeping the current C as is with the OS and program files, then having 3 other partitions one for data, one for development, and one for image and graphic files. In the end I would have 4 partitions.

I am being daft at this point, and I would appreciate a dummies version of how to proceed. Like, step 1 do this, step 2 do that, etc...

Thanks in advance for any help you good people can provide.
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