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Third party components in Delphi 2007

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Hi everyone!

I am using Code Gear Delphi 2007 IDE and I need to load third party components.
I want to store files into a subfolder of my application but i got error "file .... not found". (It works if i have files in the same directory of executable)
Is there a way to do this without errors? (..and without using OS enviroment variables)

Thanks to everyone
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Go to project > option
In the directories/conditional tab put the name of the additional folder in the search path.
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You should maintain a directory structure.
Like Bin file should contain output exe,source  should contain all source file and obj directory should contain compiler output. You can mention them in the project/option ->directories/Conditional tab  for output directory (Bin), unit output directory(obj) and if you need any additional directory included just add into the search path.
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