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Modifying the Font stock property in a control

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I have an ActiveX control. it has a font stock property. I need to modify this font. how can i do this? I need the answer as soon as possible. thnx in advance
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Try to use CFolderHolder object to get the font, select it in CFont object, modify it using LOGFONT object , and then re-select it in ur function using SelectObject function
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