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Running my app in a taskbar like - ViaVoice - for instance.......

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I want to be able to click a button in my app, which will show a form that acts like a windows taskbar.  For instance, if I choose to have the bar appear at the top of the screen, then I want all OTHER apps to maximize TO the bottom of my bar.  If I put it on the bottom of the screen, just above the real windows taskbar, apps should align to the top of my taskbar.

Is that clear enough? kind of confusing...let me know if you need clarifying!

Thanks,
Josh
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Upped the points...I really want an answer!
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member answered own question, and will place this in PAQ.

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