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Obtaining a Window List in an MDI Application for VB.NET

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Hi All,

Is there an example of creating a Window List on the fly so that the
user can select a form that may be hidden behind other forms.

Or if you could help me with a code snippet to do this ;)

E.G:

File Accounts Windows About___________
| Tile |
| Cascade |
| ------------------- |
| 1. Invoices |
| 2. Inventory |
| 3. Cash Sales |
| 4. More Windows... |
---------------------

Thank you
Mark Hollander

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Nov 21 '05 #1
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Hi,
On the MDI form, create a main menu and set its MdiList property to True.
This will automatically show all open MDI child windows.

Hope this is what you are looking for.

"Mark Hollander" <ma**@atcom.co.za> wrote in message
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Hi All,

Is there an example of creating a Window List on the fly so that the
user can select a form that may be hidden behind other forms.

Or if you could help me with a code snippet to do this ;)

E.G:

File Accounts Windows About___________
| Tile |
| Cascade |
| ------------------- |
| 1. Invoices |
| 2. Inventory |
| 3. Cash Sales |
| 4. More Windows... |
---------------------

Thank you
Mark Hollander

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Nov 21 '05 #2

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That's just what the doctor ordered.

Thanks it is perfect

Thank You
Mark Hollander

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Nov 21 '05 #3

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