MDI Graphic

Hi.  I would like to put a logo on my MDI parent form.  Is this possible?  If so, how can I do this?
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Create a MIDI child form with no border, and set it's picture property to the graphic to what you want. Remove the title bar also. Use code to center the form on the MIDI Parent form, and keep it's position to the back of the form Zorder at all times.

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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
You can also place a Picture control directly on your MDI form!
Yes, you can, but the picture control can not be placed on a MDIParent form unless it is alligned to either the Top, Bottom, Left or Right sides. This actually takes up the client area of the parent form. You also could set the Picture property of the MDIParent form, but then the graphic would ahve to be as large as the background, and would not stay centered as the form resized.
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