command-line syntax for notepad or wordpad? open w/ font
I am a Windows XP user. Due to some reason I am trying to print using shellexec want to call an editor to do so. But the problem I am facing is not able to figure how to change fonts for the printout. But I guess there is should be some way to pass the font to notepad or WordPad when opening it. Does anyone of you have any idea regarding this? Please put some light.
RE: command-line syntax for notepad or wordpad? open w/ font
As far as i know there is no command line switch for notepad or wordpad to select a font and what not. Also i would suggest you instead of doing this better search for any another program that does allow formatting using a command line switch.
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