Specify the window mode of Startup page on main display monitor. The mode specified in this parameter works in similar fashion as the mode specified in Cicode function WinNewAt. However, some modes used by WinNewAt are not applicable to this parameter.
Combination of valid window modes. The mode of the window:
0 - Normal page
4 - No re-size. The window is displayed with thin borders and no maximize/minimize icons. The window cannot be re-sized.
8 - No icons. The window is displayed with thin borders and no maximize/minimize or system menu icons. The window cannot be re-sized.
16 - No caption. The window is displayed with thin borders, no caption, and no maximize/minimize or system menu icons. The window cannot be re-sized.
64 - Always on top.
256 - Display the entire window. This mode commands that no parts of the window will appear off the screen.
1024 - Disables dynamic resizing of the new window, overriding the setting of the [Page]DynamicSizing parameter.
4096 - Allows the window to be resized without maintaining the current aspect ratio. The aspect ratio defines the relationship between the width and the height of the window, which means this setting allows you to stretch or compress the window to any proportions. This option overrides the setting of the [Page]MaintainAspectRatio parameter.
8192 - Text on a page will be resized in proportion with the maximum scale change for a resized window. For example, consider a page that is resized to three times the original width, and half the original height. If this mode is set, the font size of the text on the page will be tripled (in proportion with the maximum scale). This option overrides the setting of the [Page] ScaleTextToMax parameter.
16384 - Hide the horizontal scroll bar.
32768 - Hide the vertical scroll bar.
65536 - Disable horizontal scrolling.
131072 - Disable vertical scrolling.
You can select multiple modes by adding modes together (for example, set Mode to 72 to open a window without maximize, minimize, or system menu icons and be always on top).