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How do I add text in installshiled for welcome dialogue box ?
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Hi!

In Installation Designer view

There is User Interface and Dialogs.

Find InstallWelcome dialog and edit it. Toolbar has controls like Textarea (A in button).

Regards!
Matti
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Where can I find User interface and Dialogs? I checked in direct Editor and I have a table called Dialog but there is no contents in that table.I am new to installshield.
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Hi!

What version of InstallShield it is? This is 12 and same is in 10 as I remember.

Direct Editor is in Additional Tools
Is there User Interface in the Installation Designer view?
It's there, the large listview on rightside.

Matti
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Here is a picture
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