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In my application I have two child forms with no border.
I want to open it in mdi container
but one is open with maximize and the other is normal.
Both forms have maximize windowstate property.
What is wrong? I do not understand.

My Code is as

frmEmployee objEmployee = new frmEmployee();
            objEmployee.MdiParent = this;
            objEmployee.Show();

and
frmVendor objVendor = new frmVendor();
           objVendor.MdiParent = this;
           objVendor.Show();
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Updated 6-Sep-10 21:30pm
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Per Söderlund 7-Sep-10 3:32am    
I tried what you say, with one form there is no problem.
With 2 forms i cannot get both forms windowstate maximized. Only by clicking by hand.
This could be a Visual studio bug?
Yogesh M Patil 7-Sep-10 5:26am    
whatever onenning first child form its not maximize it may be any order

I've used the same thing. Did not face any issues.
Here's the code.
C#
FormChild1 child = new FormChild1();
child.FormBorderStyle = FormBorderStyle.None;
child.WindowState = FormWindowState.Maximized;
child.MdiParent = this;
child.Show();
 
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Per Söderlund 7-Sep-10 5:41am    
Try your code with 2 childforms, then you will see the problem.
You can add this line in the load() of both the forms:

this.WindowState = FormWindowState.Maximized;

your code will run the way u want
 
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Per Söderlund 7-Sep-10 5:46am    
I tried that one as well, didn't work for me. Only thing was that the second form was bigger.

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