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Windows Presentation Foundation Discussion of the beta version of Windows Presentation Foundation "WPF" formerly know as codename "Avalon" as well as the related XAML.
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I had created a WPF window and integrated WindowsFormsHost in it.In that i have a WindowsForms Panel(Created using a dll). I need to display another window inside that panel. I had completed all the steps but got stuck i one issue.WPF does not supprt MDI.
 In Windows forms we can set IsMdiContainer property to true. What is the equivalent of this property in WPF. If there is no Equivalent then how to achieve this.

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 Hi,
I had created a WPF window and integrated WindowsFormsHost in it.In that i have a WindowsForms Panel(Created using a dll). I need to display another window inside that panel. I had completed all the steps but got stuck i one issue.WPF does not supprt MDI.
†In Windows forms we can set IsMdiContainer property to true. What is the equivalent of this property in WPF. If there is no Equivalent then how to achieve this.

I'm sorry that the WPF doesn't have such an MDI concept. U have to use the InterOp with WinForm to deal with it. Try GOOGLE~~~

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