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Open a file in my notepad application with a specific fontname/size as default (part2)

Peter Kiers
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Dear Experts,

In my previous question I got the comment that I had to be more specific about my problem.
My appologies.

I am Dutch and my English isn't very well. So I try to explain my problem:

I have made a Notepad that uses a TRichEdit. I want that when a user open's a text-file
(.doc . txt .rft) with my Notepad-application. The file will be showned in my Trichedit with
a default Fontname Arial and FontSize 14. And that the user can change the default fontname
and size in a MainMenu-item called Change default font.

I hope I have explaint my problem better this time.

I have received a good solution on my previous question, but I don´t know how to implement it.
Could someone help with it...

Greetings,
Peter



procedure TForm1.LoadInRichEdit(FileName: string);
begin
  RichEdit1.Clear;
  RichEdit1.Font.Name := 'Arial';
  RichEdit1.Font.Size := 14;
  RichEdit1.Lines.LoadFromFile(FileName);
end;

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