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Cocoa/Xcode/changing template


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I am new to Cocoa, XCode and Macs in general.
I have a Cocoa project in XCode that is part of a bigger system.
It was created as a Cocoa application, I would like to convert it
to a Cocoa Document-based application with out starting from scratch.

Is there a way to do it?
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