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DrawString - few font styls in the same row

Hi,

Is it possible to draw string with few font styls, like in WORD (i.e. Bold
and Underline) at the same line, on the same text ?

and is it possible that part of the line will be bold and the other one not ?

Thanks,
Gidi.
Nov 28 '06 #1
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Hi Gidi,

If you're using GDI or GDI+ to render text then there is no simple way,
AFAIK, but it can be done. I believe that you'll have to calculate the
position of each contiguous block of formatted text and render it, in-place.

The TextRenderer.Dr awText (2.0 framework) and Graphics.DrawSt ring methods
both accept Font parameters. You can specify any combination of FontStyle
flags when creating a Font (e.g., Bold, Italic, Strikeout, Underline).

A simpler approach to displaying formatted text is to use the RichTextBox
control with RTF or the WebBrowser control (2.0 framework) with HTML.

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Dave Sexton

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Hi,

Is it possible to draw string with few font styls, like in WORD (i.e. Bold
and Underline) at the same line, on the same text ?

and is it possible that part of the line will be bold and the other one
not ?

Thanks,
Gidi.

Nov 28 '06 #2

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