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Zooming a CRichEditCtrl

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Earlier in my application I had Edit controls in my view with zooming possibilities. Since the Edit control only can have one font it was easy to fake a zoomed Edit control by changing the font. Now I'm using CRichEditCtrl's and want to do the same thing. How do I do it in an easy way?
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Use CRichEditView instead of CRichEditCtrl and use zoom mechanism for CView based class. You can find it in VC++ 5.0 samples\mfc\OLE\HIERSVR\SVRVIEW.CPP
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