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Well if you downloaded the src files, create a library project add the source files and build it to create the lib file, then point your IDE at the headers and libs.
If you downloaded the pre built lib files for your environment, then point your IDE to the header dir and the lib dir just like any other lib.
I usually create a Libraries folder for all the extra libs I download and build, something like

D:\Code\Libraries\Lua\include // headers
D:\Code\Libraries\Lua\libs // for storing the lib
D:\Code\Libraries\Lua\src // downloaded src for building lib

and then just make your IDE aware of this dirs, then include the headers in your code, its the same process (more or less) for every lib you download.

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