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how to make a combo box for choosing the font size of the text

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Hello, I have a text field input and I need to have a combo box for choosing the font size for the text, say increase in px.   Does anyone can help with this? I have no idea at all. Thanks a lot in advance!

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Thanks for your help. It is really helpful a lot!
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