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How to maxmize the client window in Multiple Document

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I would like to know how to maximize the client window once I open an application (Multiple document application)

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Question by:makoto_liang
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If you don't use MFC you have to send WM_MDIMAXIMIZE message to the client window. In MFC case call MDIMaximize() member function of CMDIChildWnd class.
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U may use MoveWindow() after initialized the window.

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