Forcing a form to be apeared behind another

How Can I enforce a form to be appeared behind another form, always!
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khalil_moghaddamAsked:
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Ferruccio AccalaiSenior developer, analyst and customer assistance Commented:
in form onactivate:

SetWindowPos(Handle,HWND_BOTTOM,Left,Top,Width,Height,0);
F 68 ;-)

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JDuncanCommented:
How about Form1.SendToBack
HypoviaxCommented:
Expanding on JDuncan's idea:

On a timer at an interval of about 500 try:

Formx.SendToBack

If you want the other form on top then do the same sort of thing

Formy.BringToFront

Regards,

Hypoviax
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