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Hi,

In my application, I would like to use a FontDialog which allows
users to change some options of font of the data in DataGrid. However,
I don't want to let the users to modify the face of the font (the
options that would be allowed are bold, italic, color...). I wonder if
somebody know if I am able to make the "face listbox" in the
FontDialog invisible, or if I am able to eliminate all the non-current
font face from the "face listbox".

Any help is appreciated :)

Joanne
Nov 13 '05 #1
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I beleive this is not supported by the default implementation of
FontDialog. you may try to drive a new class - say CustFontDialog - from
the FontDialog class and before showing it hide or - I prefer - disable the
controls.
An alternative, since the options you want are simple, you may create a
simple dialog for them.

Thanks,
Mohamed

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