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Resizing the child window in MDI application.

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I have an application where in I create multiple child windows and paint a bitmap on each of the frame. When I create the child window how can I resize it to the size of the bitmap.(In general how to set the size of the child window on creation)
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Use the MoveWindow() or SetWindowPos() functions of the CWnd base class in the OnInitDialog() call.
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