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GPO startup script dependent on multiple files.  HowTo implement?

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I'm working on setting up GPO Windows Startup Scripts.  There's one thing that I don't fully understand:

I have a working script that I'd like to use.  It's not so terribly important that I actually do that but it raises this question nonetheless:
I read this:
            â—‹ Show Files: Displays the script files that are stored in the selected GPO.
Since I'm just getting started, I don't quite understand the context.

The script I have calls or refers to other files.  I can well imagine having them all in the same folder or PATH and that they would work together simply by being there that way.
But, it's not clear to me how to "store files in the selected GPO" along with the script file that I'm starting with.
I guess I could just put them *all* in an altogether different folder?  But that seems deviant and not an excursion that I want to pursue really.

How do *you* do it?
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