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font weights manipulation

This code toggles font inside a Richtextbox bold and normal. Assuming that the object is a picturebox..

'Bold
        If RichTextBox1.SelectionFont.Bold Then 'its already bold, so set it to regular
            RichTextBox1.SelectionFont = New Font(RichTextBox1.Font.FontFamily, RichTextBox1.Font.Size, FontStyle.Regular)
        Else 'make it bold
            RichTextBox1.SelectionFont = New Font(RichTextBox1.Font.FontFamily, RichTextBox1.Font.Size, FontStyle.Bold)
        End If

however; If Id like to add  an underline on it. How the code be adjusted
Visual Basic.NET

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Bob Learned

8/22/2022 - Mon
Bob Learned

Assuming this is a Windows Forms RichTextBox, that would be:

FontStyle.Bold Or FontStyle.Underline

The FontStyle enumeration has the Flags attribute, which means that you can combine any of the effects by "or-ing" them together.
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zachvaldez

Hi where will the code go thanks. or willit be another option line of code?
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