To begin, choose File > New > Project and from the New Project wizard, expand Plug-In Development, and choose Plug-in Project, as shown in Figure 2. When using BEA Workshop for WebLogic 9.2, you must click the Show All Wizards option to see these project types.
Figure 2. Create a plug-in project
On the next dialog, specify the project name. Be sure to uncheck the Create a Java project option, as shown in Figure 3. For more complex cheat sheets that invoke Java actions, you may have to enable this option. For simple text-only cheat sheets that do nothing more complex than launch a wizard, you don't need to create a Java project.
Figure 3. New plug-in project
On the next dialog, fill in the provider field with your name or company name (see Figure 4). Click Finish to create the project.
Figure 4. Plug-in content
You'll also be prompted to switch to Plug-in Development perspective, and you should click Yes to do that.
At this point you will have created an empty cheat sheet project. You are now in a position to start filling in the content.