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creating my own wizard in MFC

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Hi,

  I would like to create a simple wizard program in MFC. I want to know what is the usual framework of a wizard program? Is it usually implemented by a set of dialog boxes or there is just one dialog box and it changes its controls when the user clicks "next" or "previous"? Or something else? When is the time to do DDX and DDV?
  If you can, a few sample codes will be greatly appreciated.
  Thank you very much!

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You will have to create a dialog containing the Property Sheet and a add a property page for each of your 'wizard' pages. Once your dialog is working with the PropertySheet, just call
CPropertySheet member function SetWizardMode() before calling DOModal(). You mayu also call SetWizardButtons() if necessary.
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Thanks so much!

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