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programinig form wizard

programinig form wizard

programinig form wizard

(OP)
Does enyone know is there an easy way for programing form wizard.
In my application I need to guide user thrue some steps and I think that the form wizard is the best way for that.
But is there a way for using some templtates for that, or I have to put few panels in windows form and control visibility of panels thrue user steps?
If someone have the exampels in vb or c#, I would be usefull.
Thanks!

RE: programinig form wizard

I do it like this:

1. Create the main form for all wizard steps. It contains the back, next, cancel buttons and if needed, a panel for controls.
2. Create a seperate custom control for each step of wizard.
3. By pressing Back, Next, just change the custom control in the panel.

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When you do it, do it right.

RE: programinig form wizard

(OP)
OK. Thank you.
I allready begain programing wizard with few panels, and controling visibility of each panel depending of step number.
But it's better idea of using one panel and custum controls becouse it's easier to manipulate with wizard controls in that way.

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