WinZip Self-Extractor Target Folder

I'm considering buying WinZip Self Extractor.  I've used the product in the past with an old employer.  When I did so, I set up the the self-extracting file in such a manner that the end-user selected the self-extracting "target" folder herself.  Is it possible to specify the self-extracting "target" folder when I create the self-extracting file?  In other words, If I know that the file needs to self-extract to C:\Program Files\My Program, can I specify that path when I create the self-extracting file?
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yes of course you can go to setting in winzip via toolbar and slect the destination folder to one you like
hi just go to the option in  toolbar and select configuration and selt the destination folder or extract folder (this is where you want to save you file)
i am not sure about the vesion you are using but please look at the attachment which is from winzip 11

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jdanaAuthor Commented:
My pleasure thnx for the points
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