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Open a font dialog in Access 97

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I need to be able to open a Font dialog box which displays a list of all fonts installed in Windows, to display in Form View in Access 97, and to give the user the possibility to change fonts. I downloaded many examples and all of them have errors. Can anyone please provide me with the right codes that work.
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i dounloded this examle and thest it and it jumed out with a error
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by:Moshe Singer
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i dounloded this examle and tested it, and it jumped out with a error
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What is the Error and Description ?
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it jumps out and closes
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i imported the code and forms to my own datase and it works fine
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