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Font Object

Office 2003
Multiple objects
Font
Multiple objects

Contains font attributes (font name, font size, color, and so on) for an object.

Using the Font Object

Use the Font property to return the Font object. The following instruction applies bold formatting to the selection.

Selection.Font.Bold = True
		

The following example formats the first paragraph in the active document as 24point Arial and italic.

Set myRange = ActiveDocument.Paragraphs(1).Range
With myRange.Font
    .Bold = True
    .Name = "Arial"
    .Size = 24
End With
		

The following example changes the formatting of the Heading 2 style in the active document to Arial and bold.

With ActiveDocument.Styles(wdStyleHeading2).Font
    .Name = "Arial"
    .Italic = True
End With
		

Remarks

You can use the New keyword to create a new, stand-alone Font object. The following example creates a Font object, sets some formatting properties, and then applies the Font object to the first paragraph in the active document.

Set myFont = New Font
myFont.Bold = True
myFont.Name = "Arial"
ActiveDocument.Paragraphs(1).Range.Font = myFont
		

You can also duplicate a Font object by using the Duplicate property. The following example creates a new character style with the character formatting from the selection as well as italic formatting. The formatting of the selection isn't changed.

Set aFont = Selection.Font.Duplicate
aFont.Italic = True
ActiveDocument.Styles.Add(Name:="Italics", _
    Type:=wdStyleTypeCharacter).Font = aFont
		




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