Creating Multiple Wizards (with/without wizard manager) 
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 Creating Multiple Wizards (with/without wizard manager)

I am using VB5.0 (SP3)

I am interested in having multiple wizards in my project, yet when I
use the Wizard Manager to create a wizard, I can only have one
instance in my project.

I like the ability to have one form and act like a Wizard, but I need
more of them than 1.

Also - I do not use resource files and the code generated from Wizard
Manager may be overkill.

Has someone created a wizard type routine that will allow me to have
the same affect as a Wizard created with the Wizard Manager (ie 1 form
for all the steps), yet allow me to have more than one and possibly
with the use of resource files.

Any help would be appreciated - thanks in advance.


Wed, 01 Nov 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
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