If you are into open source, and want to get even more compression,
check out 7-ZIP
http://www.7-zip.org/ I've been very happy with it, although I will
admit that I do have WinRAR and PKZip on my box as well. 

Grant Hogarth 
Equis International - A Reuters Company
ghogarth at Equis.com / Grant.Hogarth at Reuters.com 
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-----Original Message-----
From: framers-bounces+grant.hogarth=reuters....@lists.frameusers.com
[mailto:framers-bounces+grant.hogarth=reuters.com at lists.frameusers.com]
On Behalf Of Mike McCallister
Sent: Thursday, February 23, 2006 2:03 PM
To: Rick Quatro
Cc: framers at frameusers.com; framers at omsys.com
Subject: Re: OT: .rar files

RAR is just another archiving algorithm, and I'd be surprised if there
was a standard-issue Zip program that couldn't open them up (though a
quick search through the WinZip site didn't turn up mention of RAR,
which may be why you asked). The freeware file manager PowerDesk (which
I used to document) will also open RARs. Click the "free trial"
button here: http://www.v-com.com/product/PowerDesk_Home.html.

Mike McCallister

On 2/23/06, Rick Quatro <frameexpert at truevine.net> wrote:
> Hello Framers,
> What are .rar files and what do I use to "unzip" them? Thanks.
> Rick Quatro
> Carmen Publishing
> 585-659-8267
> www.frameexpert.com

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