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 Need VB Experts give a HAND ????????????

Hello,

Would you please to tell me how to make a FORM always MAXIMZE ????
And how can I know which MDIChild Form is onFocus ?
How can I know how many MDIChild is opening ?
How can I know how many MDIChild in a MDIForm ?

Best regards,
Eric

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Thu, 22 Feb 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 Need VB Experts give a HAND ????????????
1. set the windowstate property within the resize (make sure you use a
filter to stop recursive problems) ei: test the window state before setting
it.

2. Look at the screen obj

3. look at the forms collection


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>Hello,

>Would you please to tell me how to make a FORM always MAXIMZE ????
>And how can I know which MDIChild Form is onFocus ?
>How can I know how many MDIChild is opening ?
>How can I know how many MDIChild in a MDIForm ?

>Best regards,
>Eric

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Thu, 22 Feb 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 Need VB Experts give a HAND ????????????
if you want to make your form always maximize is relatively simple, no code
involved. unless you are talking about maximize on ever res. ie; 640x480,
800x600, etc. that would just look tacky, so i'm assuming you don't want to
do that.  what you do is when you are developing your form, take your mouse
cursor to the bottom right corner of your form and wait for the double
diagonal arrow handle to appear.  drag it to it's outermost limit, you may
have to scroll right and down a few times if you aren't using the SDI
enviroment.  hope that answers one of your questions.
Quote:
> Would you please to tell me how to make a FORM always MAXIMZE ????



Tue, 27 Feb 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 Need VB Experts give a HAND ????????????
I recommend doing the following:

frmMyForm.Width = Screen.Width
frmMyForm.Height = Screen.Height

This is assuming that you want he screen always filled to the max
no matter what the resolution is.

Daniel

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Quote:
> if you want to make your form always maximize is relatively simple, no
code
> involved. unless you are talking about maximize on ever res. ie; 640x480,
> 800x600, etc. that would just look tacky, so i'm assuming you don't want
to
> do that.  what you do is when you are developing your form, take your
mouse
> cursor to the bottom right corner of your form and wait for the double
> diagonal arrow handle to appear.  drag it to it's outermost limit, you
may
> have to scroll right and down a few times if you aren't using the SDI
> enviroment.  hope that answers one of your questions.

> > Would you please to tell me how to make a FORM always MAXIMZE ????



Thu, 01 Mar 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 Need VB Experts give a HAND ????????????
  On your form properties set your windows state to 2-maximized. The form
will always start out maximized.
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Thu, 01 Mar 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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