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# fontWeight Property

Office 2003

Sets or returns a String that represents the weight of the font for the specified object.

expression.fontWeight

expression    Required. An expression that returns one of the objects in the Applies To list.

## Remarks

The String value for the fontWeight property can be one of the following:

 `normal` Font is normal. Default. `bold` Font is bold. `bolder` Font is heavier than regular bold. `lighter` Font is lighter than normal. `100` Font is at least as light as the 200 weight. `200` Font is at least as bold as the 100 weight and at least as light as the 300 weight. `300` Font is at least as bold as the 200 weight and at least as light as the 400 weight. `400` Font is normal. `500` Font is at least as bold as the 400 weight and at least as light as the 600 weight. `600` Font is at least as bold as the 500 weight and at least as light as the 700 weight. `700` Font is bold. `800` Font is at least as bold as the 700 weight and at least as light as the 900 weight. `900` Font is at least as bold as the 800 weight.

## Example

This example inserts a new paragraph containing the current user's name into the active document, and then formats the font characteristics.

```    ```Sub FontFaceSource()
Dim objPara As FPHTMLParaElement

With objPara.Style
.fontFamily = "Tahoma"
.FONTSIZE = "40pt"
.fontStyle = Italic
.fontVariant = "small-caps"
.fontWeight = "bold"
End With
End Sub```
```

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