Urgent: How to remove icon of mdi child form

hi all
  the thing i want to do is i want to remove the icon of child form and i dont want to allow that system menu to child form ,
but i want to allow user to resize the form but i just dont want that system menu. and also the icon
in the child form please help if anybody can .

thanks in adv.
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you can set FormBorderStyle property to SizableToolWindow for child form
rashmitodkarAuthor Commented:
no it is not acting as i want
actually it is giving same effect as that of sizable.
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rashmitodkarAuthor Commented:
i think i didn't stated the  q. in a right way

the thing is i dont want the icon and the system menu which appears whenever we click in a left corner of the form
but i want the control box i.e. those 3 btns means min/max/close.
i think now it is more clear
It's just not possible. I have searched lately information about that and I found official statement from MS that this is behavior "by design" and it cannot be removed. The one I showed you was just a work around to hide all.
rashmitodkarAuthor Commented:
oh thanks
can u please tell me the link where u got this statement.?
Sorry, I cannot find the exact link but have a look here:


It says:  I did read
one post where this question was posed and the Microsoft
response was that this is by design.

Follow this link and you will see a lot of discussions on the same point from this site:


The result is always the same: you can hide those elements only in some special ocasions.
Ops, here it is:

Note   When set to false, the ControlBox property has no effect on a Multiple Document Interface (MDI) child form that is displayed maximized at time of creation.

Link: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/cpref/html/frlrfsystemwindowsformsformclasscontrolboxtopic.asp

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