Same issue here !!
I have the same issue.
My config is:
eCart to use PP Website Payments Standard.
No shipping required.
Yesterday and today I have gone thru the Checkout Wizard process at least THREE times and read and re-read the GSG pdf as well as the Help files and I did not find any mention of the limitation that Eric mentions:
" If you are using any of the remote or non local checkouts you will not have this option available to you from the wizard."
I find this astounding !! This should be immediately addressed in the documentation.
Not only that, the following issues were experienced:
In the first screen of the CO Wizard I elected not to offer shipping services. However, I want the user to be able to have the ability to include a delivery address. The Checkout Form that gets created does not provide this option. In a previous site I used Paypal Website Payments Pro and this option is supported in the resulting Checkout Form - in that site, I did not offer shipping services either. Why is the Shipping section of the Checkout Form not supported/included when using PP Website Payments Standard ??
A minor irritation was experienced with the Display Manager when I ran (TWICE) the QuickCart option. The Cart Summary includes a form in which the View Cart, Clear Cart and Checkout buttons are placed. The View Cart button code includes:
The JS function MM_goToURL NEVER gets included in the page. This occurred in the previously mentioned site as well so this must be a BUG ! And, the second attempt to run the Quick Cart wizard the "return document.MM_returnValue" section of the link was not included.
The last point I want to mention is the fact that when running the Checkout Manager I was working on the fields for the Order Details and wanted to go back to the previous step. I clicked on the Back button and the wizard would no longer display the Order Summary or Order Details info and I had to cancel. This occurred on two occassions and is probably repeatable. But I wont waste any more time on that issue.
Not impressed !