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Language: C++
Expertise: Advanced
Aug 25, 2008

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Set Multiple Fonts Using Single CFont Object

Did you know you can set multiple fonts for several controls using a simple CFont object in MFC? Using the Detach() method, which disassociates the associated window object from a wrapper object, you can write the code as follows:

The code portion can be as follows:


{
    CFont f;
    f.CreateFont(..);
    m_edit1.SetFont(&f);
    f.Detach();
    f.Createfont(..);
    m_edit2.SetFont(&f);
    f.Detach();
}
You can also use this code to set the font for several controls.

Jijeesh KV
 
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