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How do I include Crystal Reports in a VS 2010 deployment (Installer) package

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Hi:

I have a winform applciation and I've created several Crystral reports through VS 2010.

I would now like to include these reports in my Deployment (installer) package.
I'd like to have the reports installed in a sub-directory off my main installation/application directory.

I've been looking @ the options available on a deployment package project, but have not quite
figured out how to do this. (this should be easy, no?)

Are there any other runtime prerequisites that I need to worry about to be included in the package?

Thanks in advance,

JohnB
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This page should help  It has the files you need to include available for download.

http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/weblogs?blog=/pub/wlg/22083

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Thanks for the quick response.

JB
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