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Change font style, size, ect

Posted on 1998-09-01
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I am using the common dialog control.  I want to use it to change the fonts of my objects.  Is there a way to dynamically change all the fonts?  I have the common dialog control working, but I have to specifiy all controls on my form, I want all my command buttons and labels to change to the specific font and size, etc.

any Ideas?
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Dalin earned 70 total points
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check1;
You can do something like this.
Regards
Dalin


Dim myControl as Control

On error goto trap
For each myControl in myform
     myControl.font = YourSelected fonts
  Next
'Exit here
Trap:
  Err.clear
Resume next
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Thanks!
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