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Is it possible to specify the window state of an MDI child without impacting the other MDI children?

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39623 Jan 12,2006 11:20 PM Windows Forms 0
Tags: FAQ
Asked On January 12, 2006 11:20 PM

Hi, The normal behaviour of the MDI children windows is that when a new child window is opened, it opens with the window state specified in the child code( maximized, minimized or normal ). But, when this window is opened , it also changes the the window state of other open MDI child windows to the new window state despite the current state of the already existing child window. Is there any way by which we can open the new child window without impacting the window state of other MDI children. Thanks, Vikram.


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