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Any Visual Basic Experts out there?

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I'm pretty good with VB, but anyone know how you change the font of the caption in a User Form?

It's easy to change it on other controls: command buttons, check boxes, radio buttons etc, but there doesn't appear to be a simple way to alter the font of the caption attached to the form itself.

Forgot to say, this is VBE - Visual Basic for Excel :)

EDIT: Ok, done a bit of research, adn this particular property is set by Windows, not by anything within VB.

Edited by Jonesey, 16 October 2008 - 04:40 AM.

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