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I've been using the InstallShield that comes with Delphi 5 successfully for some time. I'm now upgrading to InstallShield Express (v3). My basic problem is there are so many options, most of which will be irrelevant to me. I cannot work out how to set up a simple install. The manual is, frankly, useless. I have a copy of "VB/VBA Developer's Guide to the Windows Installer" by Mike Gunderloy, which is a little help but not much.
   The real problem here is just a jargon barrier. There are lots of new terms, but nothing to tell you what the terms mean. Has anyone got some introductory information or a suitable reference please?
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