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I think we're missing the point here. Wizards are not teaching tools; they
are task automation tools. Wizards are intended to help users performs tasks
that are complex, require experience, or are infrequently used. A well
designed wizard intentionally hides the actual steps required to perform the
task that's being automated. As a result, wizards are not well suited to
teaching users how to do something.