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Looking for a Hierarchical Lotus Class Graph

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Hi,
I'am looking for a graph with all lotusnote class.
If possible under a pdf or HTML format.
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Check out the Developers website:
http://www.lotus-developer.com/
Do a search on Downloadable Notes Classes.  This will give you the option for the Java classes and the Notes  Classes for lotusscript versions 4.5 and 4.6
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