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Restoring a minimized MDI child window

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If the user minimizes an MDI child it goes to the bottom of the MDI
parent - great, but can I restore it?

So far none of

..Activate()
..BringToFront()
..Focus()

... have worked..

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- Mitchell Vincent
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Nov 21 '05 #1
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Have you tried .WindowState=Normal?

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If the user minimizes an MDI child it goes to the bottom of the MDI
parent - great, but can I restore it?

So far none of

.Activate()
.BringToFront()
.Focus()

.. have worked..

--
- Mitchell Vincent
- kBilling - Invoices Made Easy!
- http://www.k-billing.com

Nov 21 '05 #2

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Carlos J. Quintero [.NET MVP] wrote:
Have you tried .WindowState=Normal?


Sure didn't, and that worked like a charm!!!

Thanks!

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- Mitchell Vincent
- kBilling - Invoices Made Easy!
- http://www.k-billing.com
Nov 21 '05 #3

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