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FontInfo.Names Property

Gets or sets an ordered array of font names.

[Visual Basic]
Public Property Names As String ()
[C#]
public string[] Names {get; set;}
[C++]
public: __property String* get_Names();
public: __property void set_Names(String* __gc[]);
[JScript]
public function get Names() : String[];
public function set Names(String[]);

Property Value

An ordered array of font names.

Remarks

Use the Names property to specify or determine an ordered array of font names for a FontInfo. The Names property is commonly used to store a list of available font names.

Note   When you set the Names property, the Name property is automatically updated with the first item in the Names property. If you set the Name property, the Names property is automatically updated with a single element array containing the value of the Name property.

To specify the font name for the FontInfo using the Names array, set the first element in the array to the font name you want to use. Since the Names property is automatically updated when the Name property is set, you need to manipulate the Names array to rearrange the order of the items in the array instead of setting the Name property directly.

Requirements

Platforms: Windows 2000, Windows XP Professional, Windows Server 2003 family

See Also

FontInfo Class | FontInfo Members | System.Web.UI.WebControls Namespace | Bold | Italic | Name | Overline | Size | Strikeout | Underline

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