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Maximize windows with PostMessage???

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I have a windows hWnd and thats all,
now I want the window to be maximized
and I need to use API's cause I'm using
Delphi but it's not "my" window, but
Word's I want to maximize. How do
I think a solution to the problem would be
SendMessage but could anyone give an exemple
of how to use it????
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Question by:dr_gonzo
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Use ShowWindow( hWnd, SW_SHOWMAXIMIZED ); API function.
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by:dr_gonzo
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Great, I'm so used to OS/2 programming
where I use PostMessage to allmost everything!
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