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setting default font in VB6 when creating a label and/or textbox

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in a existing program whenever I make a new textbox it takes as default font Arial Black 12 points
where to set in de envirement a other value
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Farzad Akbarnejad earned 500 total points
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Hello,
You can change the font of your form. Then after adding controls to form the font will be the form's font by
default.

-FA
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OK thanks

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