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Assigning Font to an Edit Control

Posted on 2006-07-24
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hi,
I am doing a text editor using Win32 programming, I am creating a Edit control at run time, the text editor is taking some default font. I am not able to assign a font called "Nudi-10" to that Edit control.Can any body help me in this regard.....

Thanks in advance,
Prathibha
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by:mahesh1402
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you may use CEdit::SetFont() for this purpose.
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e.g.

CFont m_font; //make this global

//On Init
m_font.CreatePointFont(200, _T ("Nudi-10"));

pEditCtrl->SetFont (&m_font, TRUE); //set font for edit control

-MAHESH
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by:itsmeandnobodyelse
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>>>> CFont m_font; //make this global

Better make it a member of your dialog class.

"Nudi-10" needs to be the name of an existing font. The name should be spelled exactly like you see it in the font combo box of the dialog resource properties.

>>>> m_font.CreatePointFont(200, _T ("Nudi-10"));

Note, the first argument is the required point size times 10. That means you create a 20 points font by the statement.

Regards, Alex
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by:mahesh1402
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yeah right as said by itsmeandnobodyelse  'CreatePointFont' requires 'Font Face Name' which is full font name..

You may also use LOGFONT struct for this

CFont m_font;

LOGFONT lf;
ZeroMemory( &lf, sizoef( lf ) );
lstrcpy( lf.lfFaceName, _T("courier") ); // assign whatever font face name you want to

lf.lfHeight = 30;       // assign font height you may also assign font width with lf.lfWidth ( both in logical units )

font.CreateFontIndirect( &lf );

pEditCtrl->SetFont( &font );

-MAHESH
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by:mahesh1402
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read above as m_font.CreateFontIndirect( &lf );
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by:yogesh28577
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NONCLIENTMETRICS ncm;
  ncm.cbSize=sizeof(NONCLIENTMETRICS);
  SystemParametersInfo(SPI_GETNONCLIENTMETRICS,0,&ncm,0);
    ncm.lfStatusFont.lfHeight=15;
  ncm.lfStatusFont.lfWeight=FW_NORMAL ;
  strcpy(ncm.lfStatusFont.lfFaceName,"Arail");
  Font.CreateFontIndirect(&ncm.lfStatusFont);    
edit1.SetFont(&Font,TRUE);
edit1 is memeber variable of editbox
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