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List all font in list box (VB6)

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I want to list all font available on computer in a list box! Please post your sample code! Need this for VB6
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Question by:Acid_Buzz
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schild earned 200 total points
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This is the needed code

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    Dim Index As Integer
   
    For Index = 0 To Screen.FontCount
        List1.AddItem Screen.Fonts(Index)
    Next

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you can rtrive the printer fornt as well like this:
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    Dim Index As Integer
   
    For Index = 0 To Printer.FontCount
        List1.AddItem Printer.Fonts(Index)
    Next

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Good Luck
Schild
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by:Acid_Buzz
ID: 1445159
Ok.. I don't know why i post this question.. anyway.. i give you the point.. heheh..
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