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output assemblies in a windows service

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How do you output assemblies in a windows service?

For example, I'm building a windows service project and the program code for the service uses two assemblies I created.

When the installer runs I want the assemblies to be included in the directory that is setup during the installation.  How can I accomplish this?

Without the assemblies, the program cannot run.

Thanks for any help.
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You can create a setup and deployment project where you can specify  the files to be included with your exe.
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Is there a tutorials online that demonstrates how to include the files with a setup and deployment project?
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