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Hi! All,
 
How to design a fixed width font for MFC SDI application?
 

Please do the needful.
 
Thanks and Regards
Sam
Posted 10-Mar-13 19:32pm
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Solution 2

If you want a bitmap font, Fony[^] is quite a good editor.
 
You can use fonts without installing them with AddFontResource[^] or one of the related functions.
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Solution 1

There is no such thing as font for MFC SDI application? In Windows (as well as most modern systems), a font is a system-wide product, you install it in the system.
 
If, by some reason, you need your own font (let me express some doubt that you really need it), you will need some font management software. Please see:
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Font_management_software[^].
 
—SA
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Mr Sam at 11-Mar-13 4:45am
   
OK, MS Gothic is a non monospaced font. So can we design our own font looking similar to MS Gothic with same pitch, same width? If my question is meaningless, plz ignore it.
Thanks
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 11-Mar-13 10:14am
   
How do I know if you can or not. Do you have a reasonably good font designer? With some skills, you can...
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