Set font on Dundas Chart  title with code

Posted on 2008-06-12
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
Can anyone tell me how to set the font for the title on a dundas chart?

I have something like this
        DunChart.Titles.Add("Average TAT for " + d1.ToString("MMMM, yyyy") + ": Machine  " + Machine Name");

I want to set the font type,  font size and set to bold. Solution must be programmed because data source is from a webservice.

Question by:charlesbaldo
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I've never used dunda before but I found this link that may help you.

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here is another link
I hope this helps

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Did the trick Thanks

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