Learn How To Use FontDialog Control in Windows form Application using Visual Studio.
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How To Use FontDialog Control in Windows form Application in Visual Studio?
Inside the Windows, you get an option to make use of the fonts on textbox or the textarea control. And here you can change the fonts using the fontdialog box. The sent parameters from this dialog box can be used for the further editing of the text and saved from there.
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For example, to create instance of the fontdialog control you cna use this code.
FontDialog fontDlg = new FontDialog();
You can also use the showDialog() method to show it once the event is triggered. So that demo can be checked from the option shown in the video. So I'd recommend you to first try to build some sort of project which can make use of the text editing. And here you can use this font dialog. And you get to understand how it works and how it can be changed for content as you trigger font with some event.
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