Gets or sets the index of the current WizardStepBase object.
Assembly: System.Web (in System.Web.dll)
If you are using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, note that the WizardSteps property in Design view by clicking the sidebar buttons, and you then run the page, the first step of the Wizard control might not be shown because the might be pointing to a different step.is persisted in Source view. If you change the
If you set the value ofto -1 to support a wizard with no steps by default, the following behavior occurs:
If you declaratively setto -1 or set it to -1 as a default value, the control will always try to render the first step in the wizard.
If you programmatically setto -1, the control will not render.
The following code example demonstrates how to use the ActiveStep property of the Wizard control. If the value of CheckBox1.Checked is true, the ActiveStep property is set to Wizard1.Step3; otherwise, the ActiveStep property is set to Wizard1.Step2.property to set the
Available since 2.0