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Eclipse Workbench User Guide
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Copying, renaming and moving

Workbench resources can be copied, moved and renamed using popup menu operations in one of the navigation views. In this section several of the files that have been created will be copied and renamed. 

Prior to copying files, some setup is required:

Setup

  1. In one of the navigation views, delete the file JanesWordDoc.doc. The navigation view should look like this:

    Project Explorer view

     

  2. Double click on JanesFile.txt and ensure that it contains the following text.

    This is a sample text file
    There is not much else
    we can really say about it other
    than it has five lines of
    text that are rather dull.

  3. Close the editor on JanesFile.txt.

  4. Select the project JaneQuser. Using the project's pop-up menu create a folder named JanesOtherFolder.

    Project Explorer view


 
 
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