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Change font property of a listbox item

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How would I change the font properties of an item in a list to make it bold. Not all the items in a listbox, but just certain items? Thanks,

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by:S2
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I don't think you can do that in the standard listbox, you can create your own listbox using a white picturebox with lables on top, and then simply write the events for the control.
If you neeed more help just ask.
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matthewroberts earned 50 total points
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Try using a listview control. Have a look at this control at:

http://www.mvps.org/vbnet/index.html?code/comctl
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by:guidway
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To all,

A listview control would be fine. Anything that will accomplish what I need. How do I do it though?

matthewroberts,

I read the info you posted in the link above, but I still don't see a way of doing it the way I needed. Can you post some code (or someone) of how to bold only one item in a listbox or listview control. Thanks,

guidway
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Never mind. I figured it out. Thanks for the help!

guidway
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hey Guidway, can you please tell me how you ended up doing it, it would be much appreciated.. Code samples would be nice too thanks!
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ezmatt,

I will look tomorrow, but I think I scrapped the code I used a while back and no longer have it. I'll look anyway.

guidway
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I should have thought and posted it here back then. Give me time to look for it and I'll get back to you
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thanks
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by:guidway
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ezmatt,

I looked for that code and could not find it in my stash. I believe I did trash it. However if I do locate it I'll be sure to post the info for you. My apologies if I can't,

guidway
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