TM symbol as a superscript in Static Text?

Hi ,

  How do I display the TM symbol as a superscript in a static text?

  Any solutions, please?

Shiva

Shiva@indusaglobal.com
nsivatgAsked:
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mikeblasCommented:
Static text controls don't support superscript.

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nsivatgAuthor Commented:
So, How do I achieve displaying super script? Any solution?

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mikeblasCommented:
Draw the text yourself using TextOut() or DrawText().

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nsivatgAuthor Commented:
Can you please give me a sample code with super script in it.

Siva
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nsivatgAuthor Commented:
I need the label to appear on a dialog box.

Thanks

Shiva

Shiva@indusaglobal.com
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mikeblasCommented:
Not for 10 points, sorry.

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nsivatgAuthor Commented:
How many points do you need?
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mikeblasCommented:
I guess 100.

But the more important trick is a specification. Do you want to just draw the text? Do you want to supply a rectangle, or have it drawn into an existing control?

What do you consider "superscript"? How high off the basline? How much smaller would the superscripted text be, in points, compared to the original font?

If I remember right, most people use a font half the size and 2/3rds the height from the baseline. But that might be wrong, and it might be subject to some artistic interpretation.

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