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Something weird with Maven

 
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Help, i don't know what it's going on)
I pulled and installed spring modules to local maven repository. There were no problems.
http://www.mkyong.com/maven/how-to-include-library-manully-into-maven-local-repository/

View1 (Screen2). Local Repository


View2 (Screen3). Pom file in IDEA

But now continues something strange. Import statements is red. IDEA doesn't see this modules and package org.springframework, notwithstanding it is present either in repository and dependencies.
View3 (Screen1)
Screen with import statements.
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I use Eclipse, not IntelliJ but I noticed that in the screen1 graphic there is a green box in the upper right that says that Maven projects need imported....maybe that is what needs to happen?
 
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