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The MINMAXINFO structure contains information about a window’s maximized size and position and its minimum and maximum tracking size.

typedef struct tagMINMAXINFO {  // mmi 

    POINT ptReserved; 

    POINT ptMaxSize; 

    POINT ptMaxPosition; 

    POINT ptMinTrackSize; 

    POINT ptMaxTrackSize; 




Reserved; do not use.
Specifies the maximized width (point.x) and the maximized height (point.y) of the window.
Specifies the position of the left side of the maximized window (point.x) and the position of the top of the maximized window (point.y).
Specifies the minimum tracking width (point.x) and the minimum tracking height (point.y) of the window.
Specifies the maximum tracking width (point.x) and the maximum tracking height (point.y) of the window.

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