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I need to know the Constant for LOCALE_FONTSIGNATURE - its missing from the WIN32API.TXT file and cant find it on MS.COM or anywhere else!!

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Voodoman
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Public Const LOCALE_FONTSIGNATURE = &H58


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By the way, it is defined in the "C" header file WINNLS.H


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Thanks a lot us poor VB guys need help!

I have spent 4 hours trying to find this its missing from my version of Win32API.txt (as are many other things - loads of errors etc) and unavailable at MS Comm!

Thanks many times

Voodooman!
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Yea, there are a *BOATLOAD* of things missing from the win32api.txt.  Microsoft really should get their act together... <G>

Thanks for the points! Glad I could help...


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