CommandButton.FontBold property (Access)
You can use the FontBold property to specify whether a font appears in a bold style in the following situations:
- When displaying or printing controls on forms and reports.
- When using the Print method on a report.
expression A variable that represents a CommandButton object.
The FontBold property uses the following settings.
|True||The text is bold.|
|False||(Default) The text isn't bold.|
To use the FontBold property on a report, first create a Print event procedure that prints the desired text.
A font's appearance on screen and in print may differ, depending on your computer and printer.
The FontWeight property, which is available in the property sheet for controls, can also be used to set the line width for a control's text. The FontBold property gives you a quick way to make text bold; the FontWeight property gives you finer control over the line width setting for text. The following table shows the relationship between these properties' settings.
|FontBold = False||FontWeight = Normal (400)|
|FontBold = True||FontWeight = Bold (700)|
|FontWeight < 700||FontBold = False|
|FontWeight > = 700||FontBold = True|
The following Print event procedure prints a report title and the current date in a bold style on a report at the coordinates specified by the CurrentX and CurrentY property settings.
Private Sub ReportHeader0_Print(Cancel As Integer, _ PrintCount As Integer) Dim MyDate MyDate = Date Me.FontBold = True ' Print report title in bold. Me.Print("Sales Management Report") Me.Print(MyDate) End Sub
Support and feedback
Have questions or feedback about Office VBA or this documentation? Please see Office VBA support and feedback for guidance about the ways you can receive support and provide feedback.