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This method returns the normal restored window dimensions.

HRESULT GetRestorePosition(
  long* pLeft,
  long* pTop,
  long* pWidth,
  long* pHeight 


[out] Left x-axis coordinate of the window.


[out] Top y-axis coordinate of the window.


[out] Width of the window in pixels.


[out] Height of the window in pixels.

Returns an HRESULT value.

When the window is maximized or minimized, the window position methods return the actual window size.

This method returns the dimensions that the window would be when restored.

It is useful for applications that want to save a window state while the window is maximized or minimized.

Windows Embedded CEWindows CE 2.12 and later
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