Generating the JavaDoc for a Lib additon to Netbeans

I am trying to use a library JFreeChart in Netbeans. The instructions are to run ant script to generate javadoc so that Netbeans can give code completion etc.
Googling didnot turn out any useful/understandable help as I know nothing about Ant. Can anyo f you please help figure this one out?  I like to run the ant script and add the libraries to netbeans. Thanks much

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guyneoAsked:
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guyneoAuthor Commented:
Thanks. I have not.  I will check these out and post back.
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tbsgadiCommented:
Good Luck!
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guyneoAuthor Commented:
The second link is the one that helped me.
The document that came up with that link was using an older version of netbeans and jfree chart.  for the benefit of others, here is how it worked for me.
I am using Netbeans 6.8 and JfreeChart 1.0.13
Right Click on your the libraries  folder in netbeans project. First add the required Jar files. Then rightclick again on the libraries and Select Add library. You will see a PopUp showing available libraries under the folder name Global Libraries. Note that Add Library button is disabled. Click on create Library and give name to the library. Then on the following screen select the JavaDoc tab and add the javadocs.zip you dowloaded for JFreeChart. you are in business
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