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At my company I am developing and designing a web app(one man effort :( ) for entering data for a directory , basically the directory structure is as follows :

  -> Offices (>=1)

So current implementation has different screens for the user to enter the data , but I think hard for the user to keep track of the data entry with different screens and I decided to put all the screens in one big form but now I am confused.

What is the best way to do something like that?

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Can you elaborate on what exactly will go in each of these forms ,I am not very sure about what you are trying to achieve – Mervin Johnsingh Dec 20 '11 at 0:16

Perhaps a JS accordion form?

One such example here:

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