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Eclipse Workbench User Guide
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Using the File menu

You can create new resources by using the File > New menu on the Workbench menu bar. Start by creating a simple project as follows:

  1. From the menu bar, select File > New > Project...

    New Project Wizard

  2. In the New Project wizard, select General > Project then click Next.

  3. In the Project name field, type your name as the name of your new project. Do not use spaces or special characters in the project name (for example, "JaneQuser").

  4. Leave the box checked to use the default location for your new project. Click Finish when you are done.

    New Project Wizard

     

If you sneak a peek at the navigation view, you will see that it now contains the simple project we just created. 

Project Explorer view

Create a second project called JaneQuser2 using the same steps, but instead of clicking Finish, click Next. At this point you can specify other projects that project JaneQuser2 depends on. Since we want to create two independent projects we will not select any of the projects in the Project References table. Click Finish to create your second simple project.

New Project Wizard


 
 
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