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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Apr 22, 1997

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Visual Basic Fonts

Question:
I wrote an application in VB4.0 (16 bit) and distributed it to a few friends. I then made some changes to the Font property on a few of the forms and make a new .EXE file. When I sent the .EXE file only to my friends, they said the fonts did not change. Do I need to send another file besides the .EXE file?

Answer:
When you changed fonts, did you pick a font that was installed on your friend's computer? If you picked a non-standard font, you have to install that font before running your program on that machine. If you did pick a standard font, did you save the file before building the executable? I would check those two things first.

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