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      How to: Implement a Custom Series Animation
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      How to: Implement Custom Hot-Tracking and Selection
      How to: Provide a Custom Cursor for a Chart
      How to: Provide Interactive Editing for Series Points
      How to: Provide Interactive Editing for a Constant Line
      How to: Create a Drill-Down Chart
      How to: Perform an Action When Series Points are Selected
      How to: Format Values in a Crosshair Cursor via a Label's Patterns
      How to: Make a Diagram Scrollable and Limit the Visual and Whole Range of Its Axis
      How to: Individually Adjust Axes Scrolling (Runtime Sample)
      How to: Individually Adjust Axes Zooming (Runtime Sample)
      How to: Customize the Secondary Axis Range When Chart Zooming is Performed
      How to: Customize Grid Lines, Grid Snapping of the Chart Range Control Client
      How to: Invoke the Chart Wizard at Runtime
      How to: Change the Page Order in a Wizard
      How to: Add a New Page to a Wizard
      How to: Hide Certain Tabs on a Wizard's Page
      How to: Invoke the Chart Designer at Runtime
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How to: Add a New Page to a Wizard

The following example demonstrates how to add a new group with a new page to the Chart Wizard at runtime.

First, create a control that becomes a page's content. Create a new control that inherits from the WizardControlBase and drop the ChartControl onto it. This follows because the page is intended to customize the chart. The page should contain a chart control to display the changes as the settings are modified.

Then, use the following code to create a group and a page. You can handle the WizardPage.InitializePage event to get access to the contained chart control.

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