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I go two forms open at the same time. One form is bigger

then the other form. When I click on the bigger from the

smaller form is hiden behind the bigger form. I

don't want the smaller form to be hiden behide the bigger

form. I would like to see both form at the same time.

It doesn't matter which form I click on, I still want to

see both form. How do I do that? Also what is the shortkey

to switch between the two forms?

Thanks advance.

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      > I go two forms open at the same time. One form is bigger

      > then the other form. When I click on the bigger from the

      > smaller form is hiden behind the bigger form. I

      > don't want the smaller form to be hiden behide the bigger

      > form. I would like to see both form at the same time.

      > It doesn't matter which form I click on, I still want to

      > see both form. How do I do that?

      You can tile your forms, which are mdi forms within a parent application,

      either vertically or horizontally. From the menu, go Windows->Tile

      Horizontally or Tile Vertically.

      Hope this helps,

      Eric Crdenas

      Senior support professional

      This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.

      #1; Mon, 26 May 2008 14:28:00 GMT