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Help needed for using Swing File chooser in Netbeans IDE 6.1

 
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Hi,
Finally i had to post this question, it might be very basic, but tried a lot without luck

Can some one have tutorials for using File Chooser in Netbeans IDE. ( I tried my self but i am not able to do it)

I am trying to create the interface by Netbeans which will help me browse a file

File: [text field ] button to browse

I want my file chooser to load when i click the button,

I tried to include the file chooser by dragging from the pallate to the frame but then it takes up the entire place and it seems that i get lost than

If some one can show me (pictorial way), I would be really obliged
 
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thanks, I was referring to that, but was not able to do it till i posted it.
but later on i managed.but anyway i appreciate your feedback
 
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