when adding a row bold type the font for that row

vba excel 2013

What I need:
When the code inserts a row..i need the row inserted to be bold faced type for that row.

Function Find_Match(xSheet As Worksheet, xSKU As Variant, ByVal xOut_Row As Long, xMaster_Row As Long, xLast_Row As Long)
Dim xFind As Range
Dim xLast As Range
Dim xFirst As Boolean

xFirst = True
Set xLast = xSheet.Range("A" & xLast_Row + 1)


    Set xFind = xSheet.Range("A:A").Find(what:=xSKU, AFTER:=xLast, LookIn:=xlValues, lookat:=xlWhole, searchorder:=xlByRows _
            , searchdirection:=xlNext, MatchCase:=False)
    If Not xFind Is Nothing Then
        If Not xFirst And xFind.Row <= xLast.Row Then
            Set xFind = Nothing         ' We've looped around.
            Debug.Print "+++ " & xFind.Address
            If xOut_Row <> xMaster_Row Then
                Rows(xOut_Row).Insert Shift:=xlDown
            End If
' this line copies data
            Range("B" & xOut_Row & ":T" & xOut_Row) = xFind.Offset(0, 1).Resize(1, 19).Value 'copy B:W values
' bold face type the font on the new row that was added here   <------------------------            
' I tried this
' Range("B" & xOut_Row & ":T" & xOut_Row) .cells.font.bold

xFirst = False
            Set xLast = xFind
            xOut_Row = xOut_Row + 1
            Debug.Print " - " & xFind.Row & " - " & xOut_Row
        End If
    End If

Loop Until xFind Is Nothing

Find_Match = xOut_Row

End Function

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like this?

                If xOut_Row <> xMaster_Row Then
                    Rows(xOut_Row).Insert Shift:=xlDown
                    Rows(xOut_Row).Font.Bold = True
                End If

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or you can change the line you commented out to
Range("B" & xOut_Row & ":T" & xOut_Row).Font.Bold = True

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FordraidersAuthor Commented:
aaaah.i tried all the other lines///

works great !
FordraidersAuthor Commented:
Sorry, one additionl request.
To make the font color red ?
FordraidersAuthor Commented:
Rows(xOut_Row).Font.ColorIndex = 3 'Red
FordraidersAuthor Commented:
Thanks !!
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