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How to position the OpenDialog object.

How to position the OpenDialog object.

How to position the OpenDialog object.

Hello.  I have posted this question before but I still don't have an answer.  Your help would be MOST appreciated!
   What I want to do is really very simple.  I wish to launch an OpenDialog from my app and I wish to set the position to be in the center of the parent window.  However, there is no Top or Left property for the OpenDialog.  There is not even a Position property.  The Windows OS is deciding where the OpenDialog will be positioned and I don't know how to control this.  How do I set the Left, Top, and/or Position of the OpenDialog?  Thanks so much.


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