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Eclipse Platform Plug-in Development Environment Guide
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Composite Cheat Sheet Editor

About Cheat Sheets

In general, cheat sheets help guide users through a complex set of instructions. There are two types of cheat sheets: simple and composite. Composite cheat sheets are used to organize and present tasks represented by simple cheat sheets to achieve a larger goal.

You can view and run cheat sheets using the Cheat Sheet View. To open a cheat sheet in this view, click Help > Cheat Sheets...

About This Editor

The Composite Cheat Sheet Editor allows you to compose composite cheat sheets and preview them in the Cheat Sheet View. This editor also allows you to create simple cheat sheets on the fly.

Editor Pages

This editor is comprised of the following pages:

Global Editor Actions

This editor provides the following global actions:

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