With this control, you can select a font among those available on the Windows
machine. This is a standard ActiveX control, therefore it can be used in all
applications supporting the ActiveX technology.
Where is the demo ?
As this is an ActiveX, I have made it available online. In order to see it
running, I suggest that you download
the control and then install it in the Windows Registry by using the command
line - RegSvr32.exe FontCombo.dll. Next, click on the link below to see
the control display under its different display modes:
Returns or sets the
ComboBox aspect. Possible values are:
fcbStandard = 0
fcbOffice2000 = 1
fcbOfficeXP = 2
Returns or sets the transparent border. This style is only available with the
Office2000 or OfficeXP aspects. This is a boolean value.
Returns or sets the current selected font name. A partial font name is
allowed. The first corresponding font will be selected. This is a string
Returns or sets the enabled state. This is a boolean value.
FontCombo.Onchange (string FontName)
Fired when the selected font name change.
FontName is a string.
The font is used to display its name in the dropdown list. If it is a
'symbolic' font its name is then clearly written.
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acknowledgement. However you may not sell this code or any modification of this