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Page Layout

Expanded Welcome and Completion Pages (Wizard'97)

The Welcome and Completion pages have the following components:

  • A page header, which displays the name of the wizard, with the introduction/completion text.
  • A content area, which contains controls.
  • A navigation panel, which contains buttons used to navigate between pages, cancel the operation, show the help, etc.
  • An image, which reflects the wizard's purpose or function.

Expanded Interior Pages (Wizard'97)

All interior pages have the following components:

  • A page header, which displays the task name, with the description text.
  • A content area, which contains controls.
  • A navigation panel, which contains navigation and command buttons.
  • A header image, reflecting the purpose of the wizard. It is displayed in the right-hand corner.

Expanded Aero Wizard

  • A page header, which displays the task name, with the Back button in the upper-left.
  • A content area, which contains controls, and displays the text which describes the current task.
  • A navigation panel, which contains the Next and Cancel buttons.

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