Password Protecting Folders

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I have Windows XP Pro, I want to password protect a folder containing sensitive Union documents so my children can't access them, or more importantly accidentally delete them. I have tried Windows help but dont seem to be able to find it. Can any one help?
 
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You could always zip the files up using winzip and put a password on the archive. Or just set file permissions so that only one particular user can open them.
 

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