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Posted on 1998-12-21
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Can the X button on the Mdi_Form be enabled an d disenabled.
For example have it enabled just when it is the mdi_form and dienabled when it is a child form. If so what property do I set.
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by:jjbyers
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Set the ControlBox to false on the child forms. This will remove the X and the control box on the top left of the form.
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Check into the Query_unload event.
and set the cancel=true
this will stop the closing of the form.

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