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How to change the form's caption into Italic and increase the font size?
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... or add your own title bar (a label, for example) and buttons (Wingdings 2/3 contain the symbols for the buttons) and do the processing yourself.
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cvidler earned 10 total points
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This question should be worth a few more points...

But anyway, I have source code to draw a gradient in the title bar (ala Office 95, Norton Utils, etc.) and in it you can choose what font you want to use, can't do anything about the size, as that would mean changing the dimensions of the title bar (need to change windows settings). This code is probally what you want, and you get the very stylish gradient title bar effect.

Send me your e-mail address (chrisvidler@geociites.com) and I'll send you what you need.
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