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Default Wizard Finish Step Approach

I have a form which represents an application to travel with our organization. There are about 9 wizard steps and approximately 75 fields. When the user reaches the FINISH step, what is the acceptable/normal thing to do as far as presentation of data for review.

I have seen some sites display all of the data as a summary, using LABELs instead of TextBoxes etc. Then the user is asked to navigate to the previous pages to correct any errors he sees in the review.

Is this normal and acceptable?

Thanks for any guidance.



 


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