Commit 4d88d702 authored by Kavindra Devi Palaraja's avatar Kavindra Devi Palaraja
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Doc - Some minor fixes plus supporting links to connect parts of our

documentation with this tutorial.

Reviewed-By: TrustMe
parent fe92b40f
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We begin by launching Qt Creator and use it to generate a new project. To
do this, select \gui{New File or Project...} from the \gui File menu. In
the \gui{New...} dialog, select \gui{Projects|Qt4 Gui Application} and
the \gui{New...} dialog, select \gui{Projects -> Qt4 Gui Application} and
click \gui OK. Set your project name to \bold part1 with the QtCore and
QtGui modules checked. Ensure that you select QWidget as your base class
and name it \c AddressBook.
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structured manner. QGridLayout divides the available space into a grid and
places widgets in the cells we specify with row and column numbers. The
diagram below shows the layout cells and the position of our widgets. Place
your widgets accordingly and save the form by choosing
\gui{File | Save} or using the \key{Ctrl+S} shortcut.
your widgets accordingly and save the form by choosing \gui{File -> Save}
or using the \key{Ctrl+S} shortcut.
\image addressbook-tutorial-part1-labeled-screenshot.png
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\gui{Lay out Vertically}. The output will be the same. Now your widgets
will resize correctly.
\table
\row
\o \bold{Note:} Refer to the \l{Layout Classes} document for more
details on Qt's layout management classes. In addition, the
\l{Getting to Know Qt Designer} document explains how to use
layouts with \QD.
\endtable
\section1 The AddressBook Class
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