If you have not used an integrated development environment (IDE) before, or want to know what kind of IDE Qt Creator is, go to IDE Overview.
If you have not used Qt Creator before, and want to become familiar with the parts of the user interface, go to User Interface.
|Configuring Qt Creator|
To make Qt Creator behave more like your favorite code editor or IDE, you can change the settings for keyboard shortcuts, color schemes, generic highlighting, code snippets, and version control systems. For an overview of the options you have, go to Configuring Qt Creator.
|Building and Running an Example|
To check that kits for building and running were successfully installed as part of the Qt installation, open an example application and run it. If you have not done so before, go to Building and Running an Example.
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