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How to change fonts in the text area of a C++ application?

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Is it possible to change the default settings of text editor where we type the c++ code in VC++?
I am having problem in printing the code from the .cpp file. Semicolons , brackets etc looks weizd.Any assistance will be appreciated.
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Click on the main menu
[Tools]->[Options]

Select the the FORMAT tab that is to the far right. (Use arrow keys to get to it)

You'll get a window that let's you change the fonts
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Thanks Axter, it will help me to a great deal.
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