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How Can I Make Form1's  property (WindowState = Normal) without changing

Posted on 2008-10-27
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I have three forms

1-MDIParent1
2-form1
3-form2

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form1's properties :

 MaximizeBox = False
WindowState = Normal
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form2's properties :

 MaximizeBox = True
 WindowState = Maximized

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when I open form2 first
after that I open form1 second

will become form1's property:

WindowState = Maximized

Like Form2
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My question is How Can I Make Form1's  property (WindowState = Normal) without changing
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Question by:SystemSys
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Binuth earned 500 total points
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didn't u tried thru code...
like...

Form1 f = new Form1();
f.WindowState = FormWindowState.Maximized;
f.Show();
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by:SystemSys
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your idea is OK

but the correct answer this code
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        Dim f As New Form1
        f.MdiParent = Me
        f.Show()
        f.WindowState = FormWindowState.Normal

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thanks Binuth
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