ChartFont Properties

Office 2010

The ChartFont type exposes the following members.

  NameDescription
Public property Application When used without an object qualifier, this property returns an _Application object that represents the Microsoft Word application. When used with an object qualifier, this property returns an Application object that represents the creator of the specified object (you can use this property with an OLE Automation object to return the application of that object). Read-only.
Public property Background Returns or sets the type of background for text used in charts. Read/write.
Public property Bold Returns or sets the status of the font. Read/write.
Public property Color Returns or sets an Object representing the primary color of the object.
Public property ColorIndex Returns or sets an Object that represents the color of the font.
Public property Creator Returns a 32-bit Integer that indicates the application in which the specified object was created. Read-only.
Public property FontStyle Returns or sets the font style. Read/write.
Public property Italic Gets or sets the value of an Object that determines the status of the font. Read/write.
Public property Name Returns or sets the name of the object.
Public property OutlineFont Gets or Returns the value that describes the font as outline.
Public property Parent Returns the parent for the specified object. Read-only.
Public property Shadow Sets or Returns the value that describes the specified font as shadowed
Public property Size Returns or sets the size of the font. Read/write.
Public property StrikeThrough Gets and sets if the font has a horizontal line drawn though it or not. Read/write.
Public property Subscript Gets and sets if the font has been rendered smaller and slightly beneath the level of the surrounding text. Read/write.
Public property Superscript Gets and sets if the font has been rendered smaller and slightly above the level of the surrounding text. Read/write.
Public property Underline Returns or sets the type of underline applied to the font. Can be one of the following XlUnderlineStyle constants. Read/write.
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