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I need to create a wizard in Java.
What are the different APIs (free/open source) that can do this?
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Nad if you are using the latest NetBeans 7.0 this is the tutaorial
http://platform.netbeans.org/tutorials/nbm-wizard.html
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Not using NetBeans at all.
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