From this screen you can modify the file name, the shortcut title, target file and icon (if the file is going to has a shortcut), the Copy mode and the Destination.
The Target File can only be used to start programs opening a specified filed (usually located in the same directory) or to pass command-line parameters to the file, so it only makes sense if you create a shortcut for that file (by specifying a Shortcut title).
If you only want to modify only an option but not other one, select "Don't modify" for the options you want to leave unchanged. This option is useful when selecting several files at once and modifying them together.
The Destination column selects where the files are going to be copied. It may have any of the following values:
AppFolder: Main application folder (defined in Setup tab). Usually the main application folder is located inside the Program Files directory.
Program Files: User's Program files directory (usually C:\Program Files).
Root Folder: C:\ or whatever disk is chose.
System: The user's Windows System directory.
Windows: The user's Windows directory.
If a name is written in the SubFolder
text box, a subfolder will be created.
Example: If AppFolder is selected and images is written in the SubFolder text box, the file will be copied into the directory images, inside the Main application directory.
The Copy Mode column defines it the file can or not overwrite a file with the same placement and name. The following values can be used:
Skip if same or older
Only if does not exist
Do not modify (this option only appears when more than a file is selected)
Type libraries are sometimes contained in files with .DLL, .OCX, .TLB or .EXE file extension.
Before an .OCX, .VBX or .TLB file can be used, it must be registered with the System Registry.
.DLL and .EXE files only sometimes have to be registered.
If you want to add information about a type library to the system registry select Register Type Library.
If more than one file is selected this option will be disabled, you have to select file by file to mark them to be registered as Type libraries.