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How do I format the RichTextBox two combine two fontStyle (example Bold and Italic) in VB.Net 2003?

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How do I format the RichTextBox two combine two fontStyle (example Bold and Italic) in VB.Net?

From research I belive in C# you can do the following but I do the following;

richTextBox1.SelectionFont =  new Font( "Tahoma", 10, System.Drawing.FontStyle.Bold |System.Drawing.FontStyle.Italic)

I have tried the following but it did not seem to work.

RichTextBox_Content.SelectionFont = New Font("Tahoma", 8, System.Drawing.FontStyle.Bold And System.Drawing.FontStyle.Italic)

Thanks in Advance

Matthew
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RichTextBox_Content.SelectionFont = New Font("Tahoma", 8, System.Drawing.FontStyle.Bold And System.Drawing.FontStyle.Italic)

should be

RichTextBox_Content.SelectionFont = New Font("Tahoma", 8, System.Drawing.FontStyle.Bold Or System.Drawing.FontStyle.Italic)

That is, the And should be Or

Roger
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Excellent, Thanks again Roger worked well
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