I assume the OP means something like this. A lot of the tutorials out there that create game engines, for example with DirectX, put all the .cpp's in a source folder and the .h's in a header folder. Maybe he wants to set the templete up like this so that starting a new project will bring up all the files and create those folders to save the files in.
You might try asking around the Bloodshed.net forums, they are for dev-c++ users.
Although, if that is the reasoning, I think it would be better just to set up a library for the files and link it to your program.