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Change font in CListCtrl

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How to change the font or style in a CListCtrl ? Can somebody give me an example how to put font in bold in a CListCtrl ?
Thanx in advance
PS : I don't want all the elements of a CListCtrl to become bold. Bring out only one element.
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You must create an ownerdrawn CListCtrl. Check ownerdraw flag for your list control in resource editor. Override DrawItem of your CListCtrl derived class and do your own painting with previously created fonts.
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