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Creating a multi form wizard using VB.NET

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I'm trying to create a 4 - 6 form wizard (Back, Cancel, Next buttons) in Visual Studio .NET, but I'm finding it to be a rather tedious task. I've heard of using the Panel objects to accomplish this. Has anyone ever used this technique to create a multi form wizard in VB.NET? If so, sample code would be appreciated.

Any other (easier) suggestions are welcome. I just don't want to spend too much time on coding to maintain form state, passing around shared object instances, etc. I've heard the panels method works best, but I've never actually used it.

Thanks in advance.
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