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Default setting classpath

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does anyone know how to do this??

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Go to Settings->Control Panel, choose 'System' then Advanced tab, then Environment Variables button. Highlight variable you want to change - in this case 'CLASSPATH' - hit Edit button and add information to end. If 'CLASSPATH' does not exist, hit New button and add information.
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