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The easiest way is to cheat and copy all of the Windows 7 setup files to a folder on a Windows XP installation DVD or to a WinPE environment. but that will not give you a menu unless you created your own boot loader and menu on the DVD.
Perhaps someone has already done all of the work and made a nice utility to do precisely that.
P.S. - here are the steps to combine 32-bit and 64-bit on the same DVD. Combine x86 and x64 into 1 DVD (Vista or 7) (there used to be a tutorial on this forum but I can't find it)
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