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Two formatting types in 1 label: possible?

Eg: A label containing the text "Some words" displayed as:


Some words

 

A solution has previously been posted somewhere relating to selecting the word 'Some' (in this example) and choosing 'Bold' styling. But I find this doesn't work. Any ideas? 

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Re: Two formatting types in 1 label: possible?

Hi @MaxDonen 

An alternate way to do this is to use the HTML Text control, rather than a label.

You would set the HtmlText property to this:

"<b>Some</b> words"

As you've probably seen, it's not possible to set the 'font weight' property to bold because that applies to the entire label.

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Re: Two formatting types in 1 label: possible?

Hi @MaxDonen 

An alternate way to do this is to use the HTML Text control, rather than a label.

You would set the HtmlText property to this:

"<b>Some</b> words"

As you've probably seen, it's not possible to set the 'font weight' property to bold because that applies to the entire label.

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