Install shield for vc++6.0 question

I need to copy two files to two seperate directories depending on registry entries I am checking that the reg entries are there and storing them in glodal variables what I'm stuck on is how to include the two files in the installation media and how to then copy or install them to their directories. This is my first time using install shield so if some one could explain this or send a sample it would be appreciated.
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InstallShield has a tab "Files" , where you can drag & drop files to create the virtual tree you want .

I am not sure where is that for Visual C++ InstallShield however .
In the filegroup tab->Create or select a group(Double Click) then right click on links-> In insert file.Then go to Component Tab select the group  and  double click on destination and select directiory where you want to copy.

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jgreavesAuthor Commented:
the path it is installed to will change depending on registry entries I'm reading those to a varaibles fine but how do i pass those to the componet target directory variable.
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After selecting group in component just click once and type <TARGETDIR>. If you want to create new dir and want to install in that then <TARGETDIR>\your directory name.

I hope this helps
I am not sure how you can do two at a time but If you want to do only one file then look at the function
ProcessBeforeDataMove(); In Scripts TAB and set szAppPath to your registry entry(Variable)

Sorry about mixed up
jgreavesAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your help it sort of works that way you need to set the target directories then move files & you can do as many as you want
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