Eclipse newbie: How to add Javadoc?

Dear Eclipse Experts,

I'm sure I'm missing something obvious here...

In JBuilder, I could just right-click class declarations and methods, and a nice add-Javadoc window would pop up.  Is there anything similar in Eclipse?  Or do I have to hand-code it?

Thanks!
BrianMc1958  
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radarshCommented:
Surely that feature is there in Eclipse. You can right click on the class/method/field declaration
in the outline or anywhere else and got to Source -> Add JavaDoc Comment.

There is a shortcut too.. Alt + Shift + J

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BrianMc1958Author Commented:
When I do that, I automitcally get this:

/**
 * @author Administrator
 *
 */

I actually want to put in a "@todo", and I'd like it to be part of the existing JavaDoc for the class.  Is there a way to do that?  

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radarshCommented:
Yes you can do that by editing templates.
Go to Window -> Preferences -> Java -> ... Templates
(I don't remember the exact location... but it's somewhere inside Java)

There, under comments, you'll find many existing templates. Edit the one for new types and
put in whatever you want to.

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BrianMc1958Author Commented:
Thanks.  I'll take a look at it...

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