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Default multiple dialogs using MFC??

Hi Friends,

this seems to be a very beginner question.
it is in fact!!
how to code an application which will run like a wizard using vc++ 6.0 MFC.
I just want to show around 10 dialogs, one after the other.
(with next, back, cancel buttons on each) get some information of user
and store it in a text file at the end of 10th dialog.
once i call next dialog, the current dialog should end.
and next should get display.
also, i should be able to access data mapped to members of any dialog
at the end.
If i do with EndDialog(), the application hangs and gives a run time
error on third dialog.

Please help,

thanks & regards
Sachin Malode








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