Protection from deletion

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  1. kerplunkuk

    kerplunkuk Guest

    Is there a way to protect a file from deletion, other than password
    protecting it?
    Thanks

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    kerplunkuk, Jul 6, 2003
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  2. kerplunkuk

    °Mike° Guest

    The simplest way is to right click on it/them, and in the
    properties, set it/them to 'Hidden' and 'Read Only'. But
    that's only rudimentary, if you are trying to protect them
    from deliberately being deleted. If it's just from clumsy
    children, then that should be sufficient.


    On Sun, 6 Jul 2003 00:14:30 +0100, in
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    kerplunkuk scrawled:

    >Is there a way to protect a file from deletion, other than password
    >protecting it?
    >Thanks


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    Shep©, Jul 6, 2003
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