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The Conditional Includes tab allows you to graphically specify all the types that should be conditionally included in the pruning process. Please see Understanding Include Triggers and Conditional Includes for a deeper explanation of this feature.
You may conditionally include specific types by browsing the tree view of your application and checking the items you want to include. In addition, you may visually create your own custom rules for selecting multiple types for inclusion.
To help you fine-tune your inclusion rules, you can preview their effects at any time. The application tree view shades all items selected for inclusion. You can preview the cumulative effects of all rules, or preview a specific rule that you select.
See the section on The Rules Editing Interface for detailed information about working with Inclusion and Exclusion Rules.