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Hello Experts,

I have just started with Java and created first trial project with NetBeans called SchedulerWizard, however it has 41 errors,  all the same, "class or interface expected", this is mainly on the objects on the various panels.
They look like this:
private javax.swing.JButton cancelButton;

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Thanks hoomanv, you gave me more than asked, some nice samples in the link and the tutorial now works.
There was also another error left for a newbie like me, I had a bit of trouble finding a symbol for CardLayout and didnt know what to do until the cursor suggested I import the class!!!
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