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    I’m sorry for this question. This is a simple point. I’m creating a new software where I need to persist informations in files structure like MS Power Point 2007, created in real time. My point is: Can I do the same with XCeed Zip for .Net?

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    I would say yes, but what you want is not totally clear.  If you want to create multiple files, independent from one another (that is, not grouped in the same archive), but want to compress them when saving them on disk, you can use the stream classes (e.g. CompressedStream) provided by the Compression library (included in Xceed Zip for .NET) which will permit you to compress your data and save it as files.  Now, if you want to aggregate all files together and have only zip file, you can do the same using the ZippedFile class and the OpenWrite() method to zip your data into a file into an archive.

    Imported from legacy forums. Posted by André (had 2670 views)

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