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troubleshooting Question

Controlling a forms location within another form?

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I have an MDI Form (Form1) that calls MDI Child Form (Form2). This Child Form calls another Form (Form3) which in turn calls another Form (Form4).

What I need to be able to do is make Form4 be centered in Form3. Using the "StartPosition" property for Form4 doesn't work because it's not a Child form to Form3...at least it's "IsMDIContainer" property is set to False. Is there a quick way of doing this using properties or do I need to calculate it?

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