troubleshooting Question

Setting "font name" in CommonDialog

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Norma PosyFlag for United States of America asked on
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Using VB6:

I'd like to have a specific font already selected when the CommonDialog appears on the monitor.

CommonDialog1.Flags = cdlCFPrinterFonts
CommonDialog1.FontName = "Courier New"
Printer.Font = CommonDialog1.FontName
Printer.FontSize = CommonDialog1.FontSize

Third line above: Doesn't show as selected in the Common Dialog, although it seems to work as far as the printer is concerned. User ought to be able to see this before clicking OK.
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