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Hello
I am new to the whole java development environment.
I am trying to build two forms in my project, I already have a few classs there andf I need to have some GUI to present to the user.
I went to Help install New software in eclipse and entered the following url
http://dl.google.com/eclipse/inst/d2wbpro/latest/3.6
I selected everything and continued. Got a few registry errors at the end, restarted eclipse.
Now what |I would like to do is have a designer to build a basic ui.
Cazn't figure out how to do that?
Any instructions would be greatly appreciated

Thank you
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this is where I knew about windowBuilder, but I am not sure how to use it
thanks
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haven't used it but it seems to have a fair amount of doco
http://code.google.com/javadevtools/wbpro/quick_start.html
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ActuallyI just had to go to new-->Other--> then it was their as option JFrame
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The provided link id not provide the answer, the answer is in the comment I posted
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