Provide the user with installation options, such as which files are copied during installation. This command defines the file groups and creates a dialog box detailing the user's choices. It is generally used to provide different installation options, such as adding the program documentation to the complete installation, instead of including only the program files for a light installation.

Your options include:

  • Caption: The dialog box title.
  • Prompt: The message that instructs the user to select one or more items in the dialog box.
  • Selecting whether the options use check boxes or radio buttons. Check boxes let the user select one or more items. They are displayed in a scrollable list. Radio buttons let the user select only one item. You can create up to 24 check boxes and radio buttons, but only the first 8 buttons appear in the dialog box. If you have a lot of options, you can divide them into subgroups of the original group.
  • Selecting a bitmap to display on the left side of the message box. The bitmap should be 125 pixels wide and 275 pixels high. It can have up to 256 colors.
  • Entering the name of the selectable item in the Item name box and assign it an identification number. This number is used by the File command to determine which files are installed. It can also be used in an If statement. You can also set the item to be selected by default. The user can select it or deselect it during installation.
  • Text: A more detailed description of the item.
  • Item name, Selected, and Text: Repeated so that you can enter multiple items at once.

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