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  1. Hi i'm trying to create a ClipPut with differents font size and font and then paste it into word document. I know in Word document, i can send("^+P") and change the font size, but it's not then best way to do if i have to change the font and size many time in the document. ShellExecute("ReportTemplate.doc") WinActivate("ReportTemplate.doc [Compatibility Mode] - Word") WinWaitActive("ReportTemplate.doc [Compatibility Mode] - Word") Sleep (1000) ClipPut("Underline Size 16: " & "Bold size 12" & "Normcal size 11") Send("^v") Any idea?
  2. How can you select the specific style of a font with multiple * .otf files? The font in question has several files: Thin Thin Italic Extra-Light Extra-Light Italic Light Light Italic Regular Regular Italic Medium Medium Italic Semi-Bold Semi-Bold Italic Bold Bold Italic Extra-Bold Extra-Bold Italic Black Black Italic But after doing several tests I can recall the font like this, without being able to specify the precise style: Local $hFamily = _GDIPlus_FontFamilyCrea
  3. On the above pic. of the ASCII table, one can see in a "normal" size, the characters below 32. I use this chars. to visualize data and comm stuff, and prefer to see it in Terminal, size 9, 400, but in Win 10 looks tiny, forcing me to use a humongous size. I'd like to see it as I did in WinXP. If anyone knows how to go about it, by tweaking something or installing a replacement font, please let me know. Thanks
  4. Is there any way to embed characters/codes/data/etc. within a text file so that when the script reads the text file to populate the edit box, said characters/codes/data/etc. can let the script know this word needs to be capitalized, that word needs to be underscored, etc.? For example, the text file would contain something along these lines... <bold>This is the title</bold> This is a <italic>sample</italic> text file. This is <underscore>only</underscore> a text file. Does that make sense? Thanx.
  5. after searching google I only find the api _WinAPI_GetStockObject ($OEM_FIXED_FONT) but I don't know how to put it work!could someone help with this?and by the way if only giving a font not installed ,how to detemine it's a fixed-with font? thx in advance!
  6. Hi, I have a problem with fonts. I'd like to use a custom font which is not originally in windows. The function I need for this is called AddFontResource from the gdi32 dll. I'm trying and fail most of the times. (Yes sometimes it works, and a rerun later it doesn't) There is one thing to say: Later in the script there is opened a child window with an transparent image. Later both windows (The main and the image) are viewed. Here is the code of the main window ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; ;;;;;;add constants;;;;;; ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3&g
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