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Default MDI Forms

hello,
i have created a MDI form that contain two child forms

class ParentForm : Sytem.Windows.Forms.Form
{
........

void func()
{
this.IsMdiContains = true
ChildForm1 child1 = new ChildForm1();
child1.MdiParent = this;
child1.Show();

ChildForm2 child2 = new ChildForm2();
child2.MdiParent = this;
child2.Show();

}
........
}
my question is : i want to show both child1 and child2 and i`m using the next statement:
this.LayoutMdi(System.Windows.Forms.MdiLayout.Tile Horizontal);
but the problem is that i dont want to see on the screen half from ChildForm1 and half from ChildForm2. i want to see the real size form definition of both Child forms. what should i do?
thank you
koby

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