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Change font groupbox title

Posted on 2006-11-12
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I want to change the font only for the title of a groupbox. Is that possible ?
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First change the group box font. Then for each component font has to change seperatelyto change
To do that easily , select all the components in the group box and go to font and change it to the requiered one. all the components on hte group box will get change in one shot

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Another way:
Select all the components in the groupbox (Ctrl and drag), change their Parent Font property to False.
Then you can change the groupbox font without changing the components inside it
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