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Finding the size of the font

Posted on 1998-10-21
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Is there any way that I can find the size of font in twips or pixels. Like if I have a font courrier new and size 11 then how can I find how many twips or pixels will it take for the system on which it is running. I am using VB 5.0
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Question by:lesa
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w = TextWidth( YourString$ )
h = TextHeight( YourString$ )

This will give you size in twips of contents of YourString$

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by:mcix
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You might try out the TextWidth Method:

Something like this:

MsgBox Me.TextWidth("THIS IS A TEST")

I believe it returns in Twips by default.

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