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Adding libraries to JBuilder?

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Hi,

I have downloaded a library and would like to add it to my project in JBuilder.  Where do I put the downloaded files and how do I make them available to my project?
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Store your library files in your $JBuilder_Home/lib
Add library files to your project from Tools/Configure Libraries
G'd luck,
dttai
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