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Different formats in a listbox

Posted on 2004-10-13
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I was wondering if it is possible to have one line in a listbox be bold and another be regular.  I'm changing the listbox like this:

lbxEmails.Font = New Font(lbxEmails.Font, FontStyle.Bold)
 
and its changing the entire listbox.  any ideas?  thanks!!!

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no, you cannot change the text attributes (Font, size, color) of a list box, line by line.  Those properties, as you have found, apply to the ListBox control as a whole.

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