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I have recently created a new .aspx page within WSS 3.0.
The page has the survey list web part embedded into it so that users can input information online.
When the user finishes the survey, i would like them to be redirected to a web page that i have designed instead of the overview.aspx page.
The button that is doing the redirect is using the savebutton template. I cannot work out how to change the redirect URL for this button so that it lands on my page.

Please could someone assist me? I am new to software development, so a simple an explanation as posisble would be appreciated!
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You will have to create custom event handler to perform this action. There is no simple way to accomplish this. Here's the link to know more about creating custom event handlers
http://www.microsoft.com/click/SharePointDeveloper/
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