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Change font in a CListBox!

Posted on 1999-01-26
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I have a ListBox ,with a control called m_CdList, on a PropertySheet and I would like to change the font face and size in that ListBox. I would like the code since I have tried different ways without success.
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by:migel
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Do you try m_CdList.SetFont()?
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void CDialogWithListBox::OnInitDialog()
{
   CDialog::OnInitDialog;
   // create a font for the CList
   LOGFONT lf;
   ZeroMemory(&lf, sizeof(lf));
   lf.lfHeight = 10;    // use desired size
   lstrcpy(lf.lfFaceName, "MS Sans Serif"); // use desired name
   m_hFont = CreateFontIndirect(&lf);
   // access the control, send the WM_SETFONT message
   CListBox *list = (CListBox *)GetDlgItem(ID_LIST_BOX);
   ASSERT(list);
   list.SendMessage(WM_SETFONT, (WPARAM)m_hFont, TRUE);


Note: there are cleaner ways of doing this now but this works for the widest variety of MFC platforms/revisions.
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by:Slask
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Thank you
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