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QWizard(3qt)									     QWizard(3qt)

NAME
       QWizard - Framework for wizard dialogs

SYNOPSIS
       #include <qwizard.h>

       Inherits QDialog.

   Public Members
       QWizard ( QWidget * parent = 0, const char * name = 0, bool modal = FALSE, WFlags f = 0 )
       ~QWizard ()
       virtual void addPage ( QWidget * page, const QString & title )
       virtual void insertPage ( QWidget * page, const QString & title, int index )
       virtual void removePage ( QWidget * page )
       QString title ( QWidget * page ) const
       void setTitle ( QWidget * page, const QString & title )
       QFont titleFont () const
       void setTitleFont ( const QFont & )
       virtual void showPage ( QWidget * page )
       QWidget * currentPage () const
       QWidget * page ( int index ) const
       int pageCount () const
       int indexOf ( QWidget * page ) const
       virtual bool appropriate ( QWidget * page ) const
       virtual void setAppropriate ( QWidget * page, bool appropriate )
       QPushButton * backButton () const
       QPushButton * nextButton () const
       QPushButton * finishButton () const
       QPushButton * cancelButton () const
       QPushButton * helpButton () const

   Public Slots
       virtual void setBackEnabled ( QWidget * page, bool enable )
       virtual void setNextEnabled ( QWidget * page, bool enable )
       virtual void setFinishEnabled ( QWidget * page, bool enable )
       virtual void setHelpEnabled ( QWidget * page, bool enable )
       virtual void setFinish ( QWidget *, bool )  (obsolete)

   Signals
       void helpClicked ()
       void selected ( const QString & )

   Properties
       QFont titleFont - the font used for page titles

   Protected Members
       virtual void layOutButtonRow ( QHBoxLayout * layout )
       virtual void layOutTitleRow ( QHBoxLayout * layout, const QString & title )

   Protected Slots
       virtual void back ()
       virtual void next ()
       virtual void help ()

DESCRIPTION
       The QWizard class provides a framework for wizard dialogs.

       A wizard is a special type of input dialog that consists of a sequence of dialog pages. A
       wizard's purpose is to walk the user through a process step by step. Wizards are useful
       for complex or infrequently occurring tasks that people may find difficult to learn or do.

       QWizard provides page titles and displays Next, Back, Finish, Cancel, and Help push
       buttons, as appropriate to the current position in the page sequence. These buttons can be
       enabled/disabled using setBackEnabled(), setNextEnabled(), setFinishEnabled() and
       setHelpEnabled().

       Create and populate dialog pages that inherit from QWidget and add them to the wizard
       using addPage(). Use insertPage() to add a dialog page at a certain position in the page
       sequence. Use removePage() to remove a page from the page sequence.

       Use currentPage() to retrieve a pointer to the currently displayed page. page() returns a
       pointer to the page at a certain position in the page sequence.

       Use pageCount() to retrieve the total number of pages in the page sequence. indexOf() will
       return the index of a page in the page sequence.

       QWizard provides functionality to mark pages as appropriate (or not) in the current
       context with setAppropriate(). The idea is that a page may be irrelevant and should be
       skipped depending on the data entered by the user on a preceding page.

       It is generally considered good design to provide a greater number of simple pages with
       fewer choices rather than a smaller number of complex pages.

       Example code is available here: wizard/wizard.cpp wizard/wizard.h

       <center>
					    [Image Omitted]

       </center> <blockquote><p align="center"> A QWizard page </p> </blockquote>

       See also Abstract Widget Classes, Dialog Classes, and Organizers.

MEMBER FUNCTION DOCUMENTATION
QWizard::QWizard ( QWidget * parent = 0, const char * name = 0, bool modal = FALSE, WFlags f = 0
       )
       Constructs an empty wizard dialog. The parent, name, modal and f arguments are passed to
       the QDialog constructor.

QWizard::~QWizard ()
       Destroys the object and frees any allocated resources, including all pages and
       controllers.

void QWizard::addPage ( QWidget * page, const QString & title ) [virtual]
       Adds page to the end of the page sequence, with the title, title.

bool QWizard::appropriate ( QWidget * page ) const [virtual]
       Called when the Next button is clicked; this virtual function returns TRUE if page is
       relevant for display in the current context; otherwise it is ignored by QWizard and
       returns FALSE. The default implementation returns the value set using setAppropriate().
       The ultimate default is TRUE.

       Warning: The last page of the wizard will be displayed if no page is relevant in the
       current context.

void QWizard::back () [virtual protected slot]
       Called when the user clicks the Back button; this function shows the preceding relevant
       page in the sequence.

       See also appropriate().

QPushButton * QWizard::backButton () const
       Returns a pointer to the dialog's Back button

       By default, this button is connected to the back() slot, which is virtual so you can
       reimplement it in a QWizard subclass. Use setBackEnabled() to enable/disable this button.

QPushButton * QWizard::cancelButton () const
       Returns a pointer to the dialog's Cancel button

       By default, this button is connected to the QDialog::reject() slot, which is virtual so
       you can reimplement it in a QWizard subclass.

QWidget * QWizard::currentPage () const
       Returns a pointer to the current page in the sequence. Although the wizard does its best
       to make sure that this value is never 0, it can be if you try hard enough.

QPushButton * QWizard::finishButton () const
       Returns a pointer to the dialog's Finish button

       By default, this button is connected to the QDialog::accept() slot, which is virtual so
       you can reimplement it in a QWizard subclass. Use setFinishEnabled() to enable/disable
       this button.

void QWizard::help () [virtual protected slot]
       Called when the user clicks the Help button, this function emits the helpClicked() signal.

QPushButton * QWizard::helpButton () const
       Returns a pointer to the dialog's Help button

       By default, this button is connected to the help() slot, which is virtual so you can
       reimplement it in a QWizard subclass. Use setHelpEnabled() to enable/disable this button.

void QWizard::helpClicked () [signal]
       This signal is emitted when the user clicks on the Help button.

int QWizard::indexOf ( QWidget * page ) const
       Returns the position of page page. If the page is not part of the wizard -1 is returned.

void QWizard::insertPage ( QWidget * page, const QString & title, int index ) [virtual]
       Inserts page at position index into the page sequence, with title title. If index is -1,
       the page will be appended to the end of the wizard's page sequence.

void QWizard::layOutButtonRow ( QHBoxLayout * layout ) [virtual protected]
       This virtual function is responsible for adding the buttons below the bottom divider.

       layout is the horizontal layout of the entire wizard.

void QWizard::layOutTitleRow ( QHBoxLayout * layout, const QString & title ) [virtual protected]
       This virtual function is responsible for laying out the title row.

       layout is the horizontal layout for the wizard, and title is the title for this page. This
       function is called every time title changes.

void QWizard::next () [virtual protected slot]
       Called when the user clicks the Next button, this function shows the next relevant page in
       the sequence.

       See also appropriate().

QPushButton * QWizard::nextButton () const
       Returns a pointer to the dialog's Next button

       By default, this button is connected to the next() slot, which is virtual so you can
       reimplement it in a QWizard subclass. Use setNextEnabled() to enable/disable this button.

QWidget * QWizard::page ( int index ) const
       Returns a pointer to the page at position index in the sequence, or 0 if index is out of
       range. The first page has index 0.

int QWizard::pageCount () const
       Returns the number of pages in the wizard.

void QWizard::removePage ( QWidget * page ) [virtual]
       Removes page from the page sequence but does not delete the page. If page is currently
       being displayed, QWizard will display the page that precedes it, or the first page if this
       was the first page.

void QWizard::selected ( const QString & ) [signal]
       This signal is emitted when the current page changes. The parameter contains the title of
       the selected page.

void QWizard::setAppropriate ( QWidget * page, bool appropriate ) [virtual]
       If appropriate is TRUE then page page is considered relevant in the current context and
       should be displayed in the page sequence; otherwise page should not be displayed in the
       page sequence.

       See also appropriate().

void QWizard::setBackEnabled ( QWidget * page, bool enable ) [virtual slot]
       If enable is TRUE, page page has a Back button; otherwise page has no Back button. By
       default all pages have this button.

void QWizard::setFinish ( QWidget *, bool ) [virtual slot]
       This function is obsolete. It is provided to keep old source working. We strongly advise
       against using it in new code.

       Use setFinishEnabled instead

void QWizard::setFinishEnabled ( QWidget * page, bool enable ) [virtual slot]
       If enable is TRUE, page page has a Finish button; otherwise page has no Finish button. By
       default no page has this button.

void QWizard::setHelpEnabled ( QWidget * page, bool enable ) [virtual slot]
       If enable is TRUE, page page has a Help button; otherwise page has no Help button. By
       default all pages have this button.

void QWizard::setNextEnabled ( QWidget * page, bool enable ) [virtual slot]
       If enable is TRUE, page page has a Next button; otherwise the Next button on page is
       disabled. By default all pages have this button.

void QWizard::setTitle ( QWidget * page, const QString & title )
       Sets the title for page page to title.

void QWizard::setTitleFont ( const QFont & )
       Sets the font used for page titles. See the "titleFont" property for details.

void QWizard::showPage ( QWidget * page ) [virtual]
       Makes page the current page and emits the selected() signal.

       This virtual function is called whenever a different page is to be shown, including the
       first time the QWizard is shown. By reimplementing it (and calling QWizard::showPage()),
       you can prepare each page prior to it being shown.

       Examples:

QString QWizard::title ( QWidget * page ) const
       Returns the title of page page.

QFont QWizard::titleFont () const
       Returns the font used for page titles. See the "titleFont" property for details.

   Property Documentation
QFont titleFont
       This property holds the font used for page titles.

       The default is QApplication::font().

       Set this property's value with setTitleFont() and get this property's value with
       titleFont().

SEE ALSO
       http://doc.trolltech.com/qwizard.html http://www.trolltech.com/faq/tech.html

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright 1992-2007 Trolltech ASA, http://www.trolltech.com.  See the license file
       included in the distribution for a complete license statement.

AUTHOR
       Generated automatically from the source code.

BUGS
       If you find a bug in Qt, please report it as described in
       http://doc.trolltech.com/bughowto.html.	Good bug reports help us to help you. Thank you.

       The definitive Qt documentation is provided in HTML format; it is located at
       $QTDIR/doc/html and can be read using Qt Assistant or with a web browser. This man page is
       provided as a convenience for those users who prefer man pages, although this format is
       not officially supported by Trolltech.

       If you find errors in this manual page, please report them to qt-bugs@trolltech.com.
       Please include the name of the manual page (qwizard.3qt) and the Qt version (3.3.8).

Trolltech AS				 2 February 2007			     QWizard(3qt)
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