How to install Portal Examples in Weblogic Portal 10.3.5

I downloaded installation file portal103_win32.exe from Oracle site which is for Weblogic Portal 10.3.5. During the installation process I could not find anywhere I can choose to install Portal Examples.
Did I miss anything when I did the installation or Portal Examples have just been removed from the installation file for Weblogic Portal 10.3.5?

Thank you Emmanuel.
Is it because the features in Portal Examples were not supported anymore since 10.3.4?

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