The Access Information Page

Add the controls listed in Table 4-7 to Page4 of the MultiPage control. These will correspond to the access information column headings on the EmpData worksheet.

Table 4-7. Access Tab Control Settings

Item/Property

Value

Label

Caption:

ComboBox

Name:

Label

Caption:

ComboBox

Name:

Label

Caption:

ComboBox

Name: Frame Name: Caption:

Network Access Level cboNetworkLvl

Remote Access Y/N

cboRemoteAccess

Assigned Parking Spot cboParkingSpot fraBuilding Building

Continued

Table 4-7. Continued

Item/Property

Value

OptionButton

Name:

optNYC

Caption:

NYC

OptionButton

Name:

optNJ

Caption:

NJ

Page4 in Design view should look similar to Figure 4-26.

Figure 4-26. Access level information data entry on Page4

That's it for visual UI design. Next, we're going to design some classes to make this form work. At first glance, you might think having one class tied to the data record will suffice, but we are going to break up the functional areas when we define our classes, and we'll design a class or two to help us define our wizard steps. At the end of the process, we'll have a flexible wizard application that will give us the ability to change the order of the steps very easily and even make adding a step fairly simple.

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