I've got a .NET application and InstallShield Dev Studio, version 9 edition. I need detailed instructions on how to add the source files to the release folder in InstallShield so that if I add files to the project from time to time I do not have to go and drag all the files over to the Installation folder in InstallShield. In essence, I know there's a way to just say "Take all these files in this folder and make them the source files" so that InstallShield takes whatevers in that folder and includes in the build everytime, whether there's 10 files or 20 files from one build to the next.
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