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How to include EULA in InstallShield for deployment

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How to include EULA in InstallShieldwizard for deployment setup

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Sushant Jain
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1.- You have to create your EULA as a .rtf document
2.- Click your setup project
3.- Open File System Editor
4.- Right click Application folder ->Select Add_>File and select your eula.rtf document

Now select User Interface editor
You will see to Start sections
1.- Right click on Start->Select Add dialog_>choose License Agreement (add to both start sections)
2.-Click License Agreement and goto to the properties tab
3.-There is a property LicenseFile... Click the down arrow and select browse...
4.-In the Look in select Application Folder
5.-Double click your EULA.rtf document

Thats all
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Dear AkisC

Thanks a lot- its done

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SushantJain
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