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    Add a sub-folder in Package & Deployment Wizard

    Is there a way to use PDW to create a 'sub-group' in StartMenu items within the main IconGroup? For example, instead of StartMenu listing items 'Icon1', 'Icon2', 'Icon 3' as items under 'Group0', is there a way to create a 'sub-group' (IconX) with title 'Reports' that has items 'Icon1', 'Icon2', 'Icon 3' listed under it?
    Group0-GroupName
    .......Reports
    .................Icon1 'Report A'
    .................Icon1 'Report B'
    .................Icon1 'Report B'
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    Re: Add a sub-folder in Package & Deployment Wizard

    Looking to see how i can make PDW create insallation like this, for example...
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    Re: Add a sub-folder in Package & Deployment Wizard

    does anyone know if this is possible?
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    Re: Add a sub-folder in Package Development Wizard

    jdc - thanks for the links. The PDW structures a program folder (GroupName) with any number of file links in the folder, but i am looking to see how i can have the program folder, with a sub-folder, with file links in the sub-folder? Having trouble finding how to do this?
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