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RichTextBox1.Font = New Font(RichTextBox1.Font.FontFamily, RichTextBox1.Font.Size + 1, RichTextBox1.Font.Style)
Or
Dim fontStyle As System.Drawing.FontStyle = RichTextBox1.SelectionFont.Style
           Dim fontName As String = ComboBox1.Text
           Dim fontSize As Integer = RichTextBox1.SelectionFont.Size + 1
           Dim FS As New Font(fontName, fontSize, fontStyle)
           RichTextBox1.SelectionFont = FS

Code work it only change the fist letter Font Style To all the font for ex. Abcdefg to abcdfg

Please Help me Big Grin | :-D
Posted 31-Dec-11 12:58pm
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SAKryukov at 31-Dec-11 18:11pm
   
Not-informative tags. Is this WPF or Forms? OK, I can see it's Forms, but you need to tag it.
--SA

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Solution 1

It may mean only one thing: at the moment of call, your selection could be not what you expected. Look where your SelectionStart, SelectionLength are.

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Mathsquare at 31-Dec-11 18:38pm
   
??? I don't get it

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