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Old November 8th, 2008, 02:12 AM
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Is there a way I can make certain sections of text formatted in a rich text box? Like parts of it are bold, underlined, different sizes or colors, all in the same Rich Text Box.

I'm making a program that will use an HTML view and a Standard view, and I have no way to format the standard view. So, in the HTML view, it would show "<B>This is bold.</B> <I>This is Italic.</I>", but in the standard view it would show "This is bold. This is Italic."

help me plz how??

 
Old November 10th, 2008, 06:04 AM
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Well the RichTextBox support RTF, so if you can convert your HTML to RTF then your problem is solved.

Alternatively you can use the UI control to highlight and change bits of text (using RichTextBox.SelectionFont) manually.

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