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Change font size of textbox dynamically?

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I have a VB.Net application that does label printing.  I can create template for different label sizes, but is there a way to have an option so that the user can select what font sizes they want to print it in?  I do not want to create over 10-20 different label templates for each user just because of the label size and font size that they need to do their label printing.  Not sure if it's possible to have a font size control applied to that specific textbox, but if anyone can help that would be great.
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lblName.Font = New Font("Arial", 8.25, FontStyle.Bold, GraphicsUnit.Point,0)
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Awesome.  That was easy.  Got it to work now.  
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