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Set the max MDIChild's window size

Posted on 1997-06-23
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The MDIchild window's size (windowstate) cannot be setting to Maximal (2). ( You "can" set it, but it don't work.) I found this problem in VB5.0 . But this problem never appeared in VB3.0/4.0. What should I do to set maximal windows size of MDIchild, or this is a bug of vb5.0 ?  
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1) use a move method to resize midichild form based upon form size properties of your MIDI form.
2) This characteristic results from the Micorsoft development philosophy of "When it's fixed, break it!"
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This method might be useful to solve my problem. But I had found another method to do this. Calling the API function "showwindow"
. Such that window can show any size/style what we want.
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