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Add JavaBean to NetBean 3.6---How-to?

I've installed NetBean 3.6, there's alot predefined control in Swing, AWT, JavaBean... category, I can add new category but I can't add anything to that category, I want to add some third-party component to that category to design the GUI (the process is the same as UserCotrol in Visual Studio .NET).
How can I achieve it?
Thank you!
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emule
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petmagdyCommented:
in netbeans menu (Tools --> install new javabeans...) and point to ur 3rd party javabeans JAR file
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CodingExpertsCommented:
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emuleAuthor Commented:
to petmagdy:
I've tried your way, it worked. But another problem emerged, when I install a new JavaBean, browse to the jar file and NetBean show me a list of all JavaBean in that jar file, but when I drag one of those JavaBeans into a JFrame, NetBean threw an exception said that "Can't instantiate the class...make sure it is a JavaBean...".
I don't understand!
You can get the JavaBeans that I mentioned at http://common.l2fprod.com/.
Thank in advance.

to CodingExperts:
Actually, they are JavaBeans not NetBean modules. Thank anyway.
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CodingExpertsCommented:
See if this can be of some help to you..
http://test.iri.leeds.ac.uk/java/netbeans/tome.html

-CE
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emuleAuthor Commented:
Yeah! That's all I need!
Thank alot!
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