How do I Maximimize a form by default?

Posted on 2004-11-11
Last Modified: 2010-04-15

I'd like to Show a form in its maximized state, from the get go.

I looked in the form's properties but didn't find any that seemed to do this.  Is this something that I need to do upon form initialization?

Question by:ba272
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    For forms, There is a property called WindowState. Set the WindowState to Maximized.

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