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There are many MessageBox realted articles on CodeProject; you don't tell us which one you are referring to.
Consider posting a message on the article with your question.
«OOP to me means only messaging, local retention and protection and hiding of state-process, and extreme late-binding of all things. » Alan Kay's clarification on what he meant by the term "Object" in "Object-Oriented Programming."
If you downloded the MessageBox source from CP .You can also look for what actualy the author has made with that hope you can find the solution from the source to change the font size.If you cont find it you can also request the same message to the author at the comment section of that article.
Can you paste the article link so that it will be check for the possible ways to change the font size .
If you mean this one: Custom Featured MessageBox[^], then don't post this here - if you got the code from an article, then there is a "new message" button at the bottom of that article, which causes an email to be sent to the author. They are then alerted that you wish to speak to them.
Posting this here relies on them "dropping by" and realising it is for them.
The original author appears to be still logging in, so he may respond - even to a 6 and a half year old article!
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