Terms as they are used in Enclose Help

AFP: Apple File Protocol is the native language of file sharing on Mac OS X. AFP support is an option for Windows servers as well. Also called Apple File Sharing.

Choose ____ > ______:
From menu ____, choose the ______ item.

Download link:
An HTTP URL generated by Enclose that points to a file on a server. This link is passed to a recipient by email or other means. When the recipient clicks the link, the file is downloaded by the recipient’s web browser.

Finder: The Mac OS X file manager for looking at files on your hard disk, as well as connected servers. Represented by a blue face that does not look exactly like this.

FTP: File Transfer Protocol, a common language used to copy files between computers on the Internet. Inherently insecure both because it exposes passwords and the contents of files. SFTP, a secure version of FTP, solves this problem but is not currently supported by Enclose.

SMB: Server Message Block, the native language of file sharing on Windows.

URL: A web address to a file or folder starting with “http://”. When this term is used in Enclose Help, it usually refers to a folder address used to build download links by adding filenames.

WebDAV: Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning. An extension to HTTP (the web browsing protocol) that supports uploading and file management.
Wikipedia entry.

Zip: A common file format that includes lossless compression and combination of files and folders into a single file. Mac OS X, Windows XP, Windows ME, and Windows Vista all have the built-in ability to uncompress and retrieve the contents of Zip files. For order Windows systems, WinZip is often installed. For older Mac systems, try Stuffit Expander.
More information from Internet Tourbus writer Patrick Crispen.