I am writting an application with visual c++. I am not looking to do any adjusting of the fonts/and don't give the user options to change fonts. All I would like is for the fonts to be consistant througth out the program.
I didn't change anything concerning fonts anywhere in my applications, but different windows/dialog boxes will show different fonts. When printed all the same fonts are used. Is there a reason for this?
How do you create these dialogs? In the resource editor, or on the fly?
If you use the resource editor, you can select the whole dialog and right-click, select Properties, go to the "Styles" tab (second
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