Re: create font for all classes in a MFC project?

mfc <>
Fri, 13 Aug 2010 01:41:25 -0700 (PDT)
On 13 Aug., 08:19, David Lowndes <Dav...@example.invalid> wrote:

is it possible to set a cfont for all variables of each class used in
a MFC project?

That's a bit of a vague question.

class CMIAppView : public CFormView // CView
CFont m_font;


void CMIAppView::OnInitialUpdate()


It looks like you want all the child controls of your CFormView
derived class to use the same font?

Try using:

        SendMessageToDescendants( WM_SETFONT,
                (WPARAM) m_Font.m_hObject );


thanks for your answer. I placed this function call in the mainframe
of my sdi application. Unfortunately, if I create a new wizard with
some dialogs (in the mainframe.cpp), the font change won`t work for
these dialogs.

dlgStartWiz.AddPage(&Page1, Page2::IDD);
dlgStartWiz.AddPage(&Page2, Page2::IDD);

Do you know which steps I have to do get this working?

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