ASP.Net seto by step instructions for multi-step forms

This is my first time developing application. I have downloaded sql express, visual web developer and visual basic studio. I need to make a form that sends data to SQL sevrer. I have done that numerous times using other platforms but this is first time on and I am overwhealmed.
So can someone guide me step by step how to do that. I have basic knowledge of VB.
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syedasimmeesaqAuthor Commented:
A step by step tutorial (nice one) building a web form using visual web developer 2005 or 2008 would do too
Have a look at the videos provided by Microsoft

Once you get the hang of the Page PostBack, you can hide each set of controls (for each form step) in a Panel or PlaceHolder object, then read them all back at the end.
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syedasimmeesaqAuthor Commented:
thank you for posting. I am going through tutorials right now
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