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Cant find JInternal Frame option in netbeans

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I want to use JInternal Frame but cant find it in the list of New files option in netbeans .... I guess it is possible to do so as i have used it before but what could be the issue this time .. Pls help..
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by:for_yan
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Perhaps this could help:

http://forums.netbeans.org/topic21558.html

You need to put a JDesktopPane into your frame and then add the JInternalFrame
to that JDesktopPane, set it's size, position and controls of choice and then
set it visible.
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by:daydreamer6565
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I think i was not able to convey my question properly...
What we normally do is right click on our project package select New and choose which ever type of form we want (JFrame,Java Class,Applet,JPanel)..
i guess i have chosen JInternal Frame in same way before ..but this time i see only JFrame,Java Class,Applet,JPanel etc and JInternal Frame option is not there...
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You should click on Others at the bottom pof the menu - it will show new window - o thew left side of the window click SWing GUI Forms and you'll see JInternalFrame Form on your right side among the choice
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Hey its ther ..Thanks!! :D
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