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To hide the title bar of the Form Window Daughter form MDI?

As I can hide the bar of I title of a window daughter maximized within form
MDI Already I have proven with different types from borders, hiding
thebuttons to maximize, to diminish and control box, but nothing... If
somebody can help me I'm thanked

Daniel R. Rossnagel
Jan 30 '06 #1
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Hi Daniel,

Your question is not very clear.

What I understood is: you have an MDI Parent form and an MDI child form;
when the MDI Child is maximized, the title bar and corresponding buttons are
still visible. Is this the scenario?

If no, could you please rephrase your question with more detail.

If yes, it seems like the child form is within some sort of a container
control - like a panel. Remove the panel, so as to let some 'free space' in
the MDI parent - the child form will be displayed within this space. The
child window should now appear fine when maximized.

--
HTH,
Rakesh Rajan
MVP, MCSD
http://www.rakeshrajan.com/
"Daniel R. Rossnagel" wrote:
As I can hide the bar of I title of a window daughter maximized within form
MDI Already I have proven with different types from borders, hiding
thebuttons to maximize, to diminish and control box, but nothing... If
somebody can help me I'm thanked

Daniel R. Rossnagel

Jan 30 '06 #2

"Rakesh Rajan" <rakeshrajan {at} mvps {dot} org> escribió en el mensaje
news:03******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
Hi Daniel,

Your question is not very clear.

What I understood is: you have an MDI Parent form and an MDI child form; thisv form it is a Child Form (not a MDI child )
when the MDI Child is maximized, the title bar and corresponding buttons
are
still visible. Is this the scenario?
yes, are I like this to be not visible
If no, could you please rephrase your question with more detail.
this problem is, I have, two title bar , I want single one title bar
If yes, it seems like the child form is within some sort of a container
control - like a panel. Remove the panel, so as to let some 'free space'
in
the MDI parent - the child form will be displayed within this space. The
child window should now appear fine when maximized.
I can have a container control, from Forms?

--
HTH,
Rakesh Rajan
MVP, MCSD
http://www.rakeshrajan.com/
"Daniel R. Rossnagel" wrote:
As I can hide the bar of I title of a window daughter maximized within
form
MDI Already I have proven with different types from borders, hiding
thebuttons to maximize, to diminish and control box, but nothing... If
somebody can help me I'm thanked

Daniel R. Rossnagel

Jan 31 '06 #3
So you AREN'T using MDI then? I'm afraid you still aren't being very
clear. TAssuming Form A is the main form and Form B is the child form
you want to appear inside of the main form, try answering these
questions?

Is Form A an MDI parent?
Is Form B an MDI child?
Is Form B suppose to appear INSIDE of Form A or on TOP of Form A?
When you maximise Form B can you still see Form B?

You can remove a title bar on a form generally by clearing the Text
property, and not showing the Control Box.
If your Form A is set to MDI Parent (it has a dark grey background) and
you add a child form to it, and set that child forms MDI Parent to Form
A, then Form B will always appear inside form A. In this case, if Form
B is maximised, then form B's title bar will disappear, but Form A's
title bar will still be visible.

I hope we can break the language barrier here to help solve your
problem.

Jan 31 '06 #4

"Steven Nagy" <le*********@ho tmail.com> escribió en el mensaje
news:11******** **************@ g14g2000cwa.goo glegroups.com.. .
So you AREN'T using MDI then? I'm afraid you still aren't being very
clear. TAssuming Form A is the main form and Form B is the child form
you want to appear inside of the main form, try answering these
questions?

Is Form A an MDI parent? Yes Is Form B an MDI child? Yes
Is Form B suppose to appear INSIDE of Form A or on TOP of Form A? INSIDE
When you maximise Form B can you still see Form B? Yes

You can remove a title bar on a form generally by clearing the Text
property, and not showing the Control Box.
If your Form A is set to MDI Parent (it has a dark grey background) and
you add a child form to it, and set that child forms MDI Parent to Form
A, then Form B will always appear inside form A. In this case, if Form
B is maximised, then form B's title bar will disappear, but Form A's
title bar will still be visible. here this the problem, the bar of I title of form B appears underneath the
bar of the form To, and Maximized form b this

work with VS2005
I hope we can break the language barrier here to help solve your
problem.

Jan 31 '06 #5

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