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Hi all,
 
Right now I want to create a batch file which compress multiple file into a "something.zip" for example. Let say I'm using fresh windows without installing any 3rd party compression software,how would I do that? Because by default, windows itself has compression software just like you Right-click selected file and Send To -- Compress. So anyone could give me a solution for this?
 
Because I've try "compress -m D:\Test\Settings\*.ini D:\Test\Settings\Backup.zip" but it's not work
Posted 15-Sep-12 3:19am
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Luiey Ichigo at 15-Sep-12 12:26pm
   
Thank you Richard for your reply. but it's not working..
Richard MacCutchan at 15-Sep-12 12:47pm
   
OK, then you will need to do some more research; all I provided were some possible suggestions.
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