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The Project > Jar/Zip Extractor option enables you to extract the contents of a
JAR or ZIP archive file.
These topics are described in more detail in jGRASP Help (find using the Index
7.6 Closing a Project
When you exit jGRASP, the projects and files that are currently open on the
desktop are remembered so that the next time you start jGRASP, you can pick
up where you left off. However, to prevent clutter you should close the ones
you are no longer using.
(1) From the Desktop toolbar - Click Project > Close All Projects.
(2) From the Desktop toolbar - Click Project > Close (if more than one project
is open, select the one you want to close, e.g., <PersonalLibraryProject>.
(3) From the Browse Tab – Right-click on the project file name in the Open
Projects section of the Browse tab and select Close.
All project information is saved when you close the project as well as when you
exit jGRASP. Note that closing a project does not close the files that are
currently open. You can close these indiv...
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This note was uploaded on 07/16/2012 for the course COMP 1210 taught by Professor Cross during the Spring '07 term at Auburn University.
- Spring '07