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Eclipse Workbench User Guide
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Opening views

Perspectives offer pre-defined combinations of views and editors. To open a view that is not included in the current perspective, select Window > Show View from the main menu bar.

You can create fast views to provide quick access to views that you use often.

After adding a view to the current perspective, you may wish to save your new layout by clicking Window > Save Perspective As... .

Related concepts.
Views
Fast views
Detached views
Perspectives

Related tasks
Moving and docking views
Creating fast views
Detaching views
Maximizing a view or editor
Resetting perspectives


 
 
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