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How to set size of MDI child window?

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I have a MDI application and wish to fix the size and position of a child window. I found that I need to use SetWindowPos but do not know when I should call it. Please advice. Thanks.
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Hi,

Use SetWindowPos whenever you want to change the size (or position) when the window exists.
If you want to change size or position before the window is created, override CWnd::PreCreateWindow, and chage the x,y,cx,cy members of the CREATESTRUCT appropriately.

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1) SetWindowPos as previously said can be used in OnCreate in your window.

2) To fix the size you need to handle WM_GETMINMAXINFO. This override will allow you to prevent the sizing beyond a certain point. Other wise try handling OnMove and OnSize, without calling the base class.
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