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Toolbar and Menu, getting close

Mark Spritzler
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Well I am getting closer. I am down to the GUI.
So here's a simple question.
preface to question:
I have a JFrame. on the top portion is three labels and three JComboboxes. under that is a Search JButton. Then I have the JTable with the data. underneath that I have a label, a JTextBox, and a Book JButton. Since I have everything that you could want to do on the one Form, Do I need to have a menu or a toolbar at all? or is it fine not to have one?
What is your opinion?
Thanks
Mark


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Anurag Mishra
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Hi Mark
According to I think that there is not a requirement of any toolbox or menubar in FBN Project.Use some pictures to give your GUI a dynamic effect.
Anurag
 
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