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positioning ext.net window

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I have a aspx page.that page is devided into 2 parts.
On the lower part , i am opening an ext.net window on click of a button.
The position of that window is center of the lower part.

I want it to be located in the center of entire page.

Please suggest me how to set the position relative to entire page.

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