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Cascade, Tile and arrange by icons feature for a set of dialogs.

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Hello,

In a SDI application, I am creating a new dialog whenever I click on FileOpen menu i.e I am overriding the default behavior of creating a new view. Now my requirement is that I need to cascade, tile and arrange by icons all these dialogs when I select on Window -cascade, tile & arrange menu options. I will not get the default behavior for Window menu options since here I am creating a new dialog instead of a new view. Can any one please help me to do this.

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Madhavi.
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Hi,
I think, there is no streight way to this.
You must store the coordinates of each dialog in an array and obtain the view dimentions and then use 'SetWindowPos' for each dialog and place them properly.

Good Luck!

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