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How do i change from the defalt font in my edit box?  (not using MFC)
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Question by:scooter1
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catch wm_setfont message from you editbox
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Use the following code (in Win32 SDK)
SendMessage(hWnd,WM_SETFONT,wParam, lParam)
where,
wParam = HFONT of your font
lParam = TRUE (to redraw the edit box)
hWnd = HWND of the edit box
     Use ::CreateFont to create your specific font
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