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The DeferWindowPos function updates the specified multiple-window - position structure for the specified window. The function then returns the handle to the updated structure. The EndDeferWindowPos function uses the information in this structure to change the position and size of a number of windows simultaneously. The BeginDeferWindowPos function creates the structure.

HDWP DeferWindowPos(

    HDWP hWinPosInfo,

// handle to internal structure

    HWND hWnd,

// handle to window to position

    HWND hWndInsertAfter,

// placement-order handle

    int x,

// horizontal position

    int y,

// vertical position

    int cx,

// width

    int cy,

// height

    UINT uFlags 

// window-positioning flags

   );

Parameters

hWinPosInfo
Identifies a multiple-window - position structure that contains size and position information for one or more windows. This structure is returned by BeginDeferWindowPos or by the most recent call to DeferWindowPos.
hWnd
Identifies the window for which update information is stored in the structure.
hWndInsertAfter
Identifies the window that precedes the positioned window in the Z order. This parameter must be a window handle or one of the following values:

Value

Meaning

HWND_BOTTOM

Places the window at the bottom of the Z order. If the hWnd parameter identifies a topmost window, the window loses its topmost status and is placed at the bottom of all other windows.

HWND_NOTOPMOST

Places the window above all non-topmost windows (that is, behind all topmost windows). This flag has no effect if the window is already a non-topmost window.

HWND_TOP

Places the window at the top of the Z order.

HWND_TOPMOST

Places the window above all non-topmost windows. The window maintains its topmost position even when it is deactivated.

This parameter is ignored if the SWP_NOZORDER flag is set in the uFlags parameter.

x
Specifies the x-coordinate of the window’s upper-left corner.
y
Specifies the y-coordinate of the window’s upper-left corner.
cx
Specifies the window’s new width, in pixels.
cy
Specifies the window’s new height, in pixels.
uFlags
Specifies a combination of the following values that affect the size and position of the window:

Value

Meaning

SWP_DRAWFRAME

Draws a frame (defined in the window’s class description) around the window.

SWP_FRAMECHANGED

Sends a WM_NCCALCSIZE message to the window, even if the window’s size is not being changed. If this flag is not specified, WM_NCCALCSIZE is sent only when the window’s size is being changed.

SWP_HIDEWINDOW

Hides the window.

SWP_NOACTIVATE

Does not activate the window. If this flag is not set, the window is activated and moved to the top of either the topmost or non-topmost group (depending on the setting of the hWndInsertAfter parameter).

SWP_NOCOPYBITS

Discards the entire contents of the client area. If this flag is not specified, the valid contents of the client area are saved and copied back into the client area after the window is sized or repositioned.

SWP_NOMOVE

Retains the current position (ignores the X and Y parameters).

SWP_NOOWNERZORDER

Does not change the owner window’s position in the Z order.

SWP_NOREDRAW

Does not redraw changes. If this flag is set, no repainting of any kind occurs. This applies to the client area, the nonclient area (including the title bar and scroll bars), and any part of the parent window uncovered as a result of the window being moved. When this flag is set, the application must explicitly invalidate or redraw any parts of the window and parent window that need redrawing.

SWP_NOREPOSITION

Same as the SWP_NOOWNERZORDER flag.

SWP_NOSENDCHANGING

Prevents the window from receiving the WM_WINDOWPOSCHANGING message.

SWP_NOSIZE

Retains the current size (ignores the cx and cy parameters).

SWP_NOZORDER

Retains the current Z order (ignores the hWndInsertAfter parameter).

SWP_SHOWWINDOW

Displays the window.

Return Values

The return value identifies the updated multiple-window - position structure. The handle returned by this function may differ from the handle passed to the function. The new handle that this function returns should be passed during the next call to the DeferWindowPos or EndDeferWindowPos function.

If insufficient system resources are available for the function to succeed, the return value is NULL. To get extended error information, call GetLastError.

Remarks

If a call to DeferWindowPos fails, the application should abandon the window-positioning operation and not call EndDeferWindowPos.

If SWP_NOZORDER is not specified, Windows places the window identified by the hWnd parameter in the position following the window identified by the hWndInsertAfter parameter. If hWndInsertAfter is NULL or HWND_TOP, Windows places the hWnd window at the top of the Z order. If hWndInsertAfter is set to HWND_BOTTOM, Windows places the hWnd window at the bottom of the Z order.

All coordinates for child windows are relative to the upper-left corner of the parent window’s client area.

A window can be made a topmost window either by setting hWndInsertAfter to the HWND_TOPMOST flag and ensuring that the SWP_NOZORDER flag is not set, or by setting the window’s position in the Z order so that it is above any existing topmost windows. When a non-topmost window is made topmost, its owned windows are also made topmost. Its owners, however, are not changed.

If neither the SWP_NOACTIVATE nor SWP_NOZORDER flag is specified (that is, when the application requests that a window be simultaneously activated and its position in the Z order changed), the value specified in hWndInsertAfter is used only in the following circumstances:

An application cannot activate an inactive window without also bringing it to the top of the Z order. An application can change an activated window’s position in the Z order without restrictions, or it can activate a window and then move it to the top of the topmost or non-topmost windows.

A topmost window is no longer topmost if it is repositioned to the bottom (HWND_BOTTOM) of the Z order or after any non-topmost window. When a topmost window is made non-topmost, its owners and its owned windows are also made non-topmost windows.

A non-topmost window may own a topmost window, but not vice versa. Any window (for example, a dialog box) owned by a topmost window is itself made a topmost window to ensure that all owned windows stay above their owner.

See Also

BeginDeferWindowPos, EndDeferWindowPos, ShowWindow

See also:


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