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Vb6 how can we bold or change the color of the particular selected text in a textbox at in MS Word

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You can bold a selected text by pressing Ctrl+B.
I dont think you can color a highlighted text at runtime because colors have to be selected from the toolbar.

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Posted on Nov 25, 2007

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