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Posted on 2002-03-12
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Haven't done any Delphi in years so please accept my dumbness!

I know how to change some RichText in bold style (RichEdit.selAttributes.Style := [fsBold];).  How do I change it back to normal ?

I've tried fsNormal (which refers to MDI stuff) without success.

Thanks for your time!
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? what about
RichEdit.selAttributes.Style := [];
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by:qas
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hehe!
thanks!
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hehe,
glad to helped you
meikl ;-)
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