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#1 KermitD

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Posted 16 September 2005 - 09:50 AM

I just started a Visual Basic.Net course at the local Community College. Very little of what I learned while studying VB-6 applies. VB.Net seems to be a little better organized, however. I asked my instructor this question and he said he didn't think it was possible. With all due respect to him, I want to submit it to the gurus on the forum. It is this:

Each object I place on the Main Form has a FONT property. It defauts to "MS Sans Serif" and there is a drop-down list containing a long selection of fonts. All of our exercises want us to use Tahoma. It is a pain to scroll down the drop-down list for every object. How do I change the default to Tahoma? "Help" was no help. Anyone?

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#2 Leurgy

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Posted 16 September 2005 - 12:29 PM

Not sure how to change the default but normally when you use a drop down list, if one selection is highlighted you can simply press the key that corresponds to the first letter of the selection, in this case a "T". Continued pressing of the "T' key will cause you to scroll the list of "T" selections. This can also be done in other areas such as Windows Explorer, etc.

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Posted 17 September 2005 - 05:22 PM

Change the font property of the form to Tahoma. Added controls default to the form's font.




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