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Hello,

I have an application coded by some company that is opened as full screen and it doesn't have an option to not open it as full screen.

How is it possible to create an application that will act as a container for that application so I can have a normal title bar to minimize it, etc?

Thanks.
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Take a look at the following:

http://www.codeproject.com/cs/miscctrl/AppControl.asp?df=100&forumid=137160&exp=0&select=1248877

There's a sample app you can download that should get you want you are looking for.
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Hi,

It didn't work with IE7. However, it worked with Notepad.

It didn't work with my full screen application, when I minimize it I see it in the container but when I maximize it it's full screen :(
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