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Hi,

in former times there was a method called TCHOOSEFONT. By calling this method you could choose a font and its size.
In D3 there is no such method or component, - or it has another name.
I believe that there is a function/component which will do this.
What is the actual name ?
thanks
titz
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hi

go to the palette 'dialogs' and search the 'TFontDialog'.
this dialog has an property 'font' that stores the selected
font. If you want to use the 'apply'-button, then there's an
'OnApply' event.

regards
rene

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