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    Setting TextBox font (Select Case)

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    Obviously I am not understanding something with setting a textbox font.

    I have three checkbox's, dependant on which is true I want textbox11 to use a specific font (One of three fonts).

    All hints, tips or examples are appreciated.
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    Re: Setting TextBox font (Select Case)

    Hi Rick

    Why not keep it simply?

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    Re: Setting TextBox font (Select Case)

    FWIW, I think you should be using Option buttons in a Group Frame.

    What happens if ALL of the check boxes are checked (=True). With option buttons there can only be one selection.

    BTW - PCDMIS ++ ?? what version?

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    Re: Setting TextBox font (Select Case)

    Quote Originally Posted by mojo249 View Post
    Hi Rick

    Why not keep it simply?

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    Keep it simple he says, what am I supposed to do with my day?
    Thanks for the example.

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    Re: Setting TextBox font (Select Case)

    Quote Originally Posted by Palmetto View Post
    FWIW, I think you should be using Option buttons in a Group Frame.

    What happens if ALL of the check boxes are checked (=True). With option buttons there can only be one selection.

    BTW - PCDMIS ++ ?? what version?
    I can switch to Option Buttons, right now code clears unused checkboxes.

    Im guessing this will be PCDMIS v3.7x or newer which is supposed to have a GD&T font for creating reports.

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    Re: Setting TextBox font (Select Case)

    I would use a ComboBox listing the Font names, then use the ComboBox change event
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