Set fonts.

    Set fonts to display the letters are made using a standard Windows dialog box for selecting fonts.

   Left click the mouse on the window:
select the font type.

   Left click the mouse on the window:
choose whether it will be a regular font, bold, italic or bold italic.

   Left click the mouse on the window:
select the font size.

   Within Effects:
you can choose the font is underlined, and the strikes and the font color.

   Left click the mouse on a check box: select the font is strikethrough. Again left clicking the mouse on a check box deselect check box and give up this option.



   Left click the mouse on a check box:
select the font to be highlighted. Again left clicking the mouse on a check box deselect check box and give up this option.



   Left click the mouse on the drop-down window:
expand window to select a font color. In the window you can select one of the main font color. Left click the mouse on any of the colors of this window you select the font color.

   Left click the mouse on the drop-down window:
expand window to select a script font. The script font as support for special characters used only in some languages, such as script: Central European which in addition to English language provides support for letters: �, �, �, d�, �, and .
   Within Sample displays that look like letters selected font. This framework is often not shown the special case of scripts, for example: �, �, �, d�, � and �. Bit you can configure it to display in text boxes applications.
    Not all fonts support all kinds of scripts you can notice when expand this drop-down window.
   To this you need to know in the window:
that selects the font type: Arail and chois font script in module> Application settongs on card: Word Order.


    If you can not expand script: Central European for a font that you need in the Control Panel Regional Settings in the option to add support for Central European languages.
    If you expand script: the Central European font: Arial, and you can not for some others it means that the font does not support script language that you want to use.

    Left click the mouse on a command button:
confirm selection and font dialog box disappears.
    Left click the mouse on a command button:
cancel the font selection dialog box and goes out.

 

 
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