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VB6, how to BringToFront a MonthView control in program RUNTIME?
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 10 total points
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i guess this should help:
MonthView.ZOrder 0

Or you put it onto a form which you show modeless...

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ZOrder 0 should work fine for controls, but if you want to BringToFront a form you need to use api functions.
I can post some code

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rkot2000,

i would like to know which api function can do that...
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