Web Design – Assessment 39. In the Send to menu, select Compressed (zipped) folder.
10. Now a zipped version of the folder assessment_3 should appear.
11.Submit the zipped folder to your instructor using the digital Drop Box in the
Zip Instructions for Windows XP
Complete these steps to compress (zip) your files so they'll be easier to submit to
On your computer, navigate to the location where your WebDesign folder is
saved. Don't open the WebDesign folder, but make sure you can see it.
Click the File menu, click New, then click Folder, type assessment_3 and your full
name, and then press the ENTER key. TIP: For example, if your name is Kelly
Marshall, the folder name will look like this: assessment_3kellymarshall
If you didn't type the name right on the first try, then right-click the folder, click
Rename, type the name, and then press ENTER.
Make sure the following folder is selected:
Click the Edit menu, and then click Copy.
Right-click the assessment_3 folder, and then click Paste. A copy of your files
has now been pasted inside the assessment_3 folder.
Right-click the assessment_3 folder, then click 7-Zip, and then click Add to
archive. TIP: If you don't have 7-Zip installed on your computer, you can use the
steps in the Course Overview to install it. If you want to use your own file
compression software to create a zip file of this folder, do so now, and then skip
to step 11.
In the Add to Archive dialog box, click the Archive format drop-down list, and
then click Zip.
10.In the Add to Archive dialog box, click OK.
11.A compressed (zipped) version of the assessment_3 folder will appear in the
same location as the original folder. It will have the same name as the original,
but with a .zip file extension.