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ASP.net VB.net change font size of one TreeNode

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Is it possible to use VB.net code to change the font size of one TreeNode
in a TreeView in ASP.net 4, so that it differs to the font sixe set for the TreeView control

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Question by:Murray Brown
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There is no easy/builtin way of doing it.

See if this gives you some idea

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3861259/treeview-control-in-asp-net
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