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02-23-2012, 06:25 AM
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Can anyone tell me if there is a way to tell before I unzip something if the zip or rar files are in a folder or not? I download many graphic packages and some folks put them in folders and some do not. I unzip to my desktop and it would be nice to know if I need to have the software unzip in a folder it creates or if the files are already in one. Not sure if that ability is a function of the software I use or not.

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You can preview it in WinRAR.
However, technically you're unzipping it already -- just done to a temp folder.

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