StringBuilder problem

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    StringBuilder problem

    Hello,

    Do you know how I can change font size using StringBuilder?

    Code:
     StringBuilder str = new StringBuilder();
    str.Append(@"&""Arial,Regular""test");
    and how can I add a text from a textBox to it? (instead of "test" in the example above)

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    You cannot change font size. The font size is a property of the display element. A stringBuilder only holds text, no formatting.

    str.Append( textBox1.Text ); => will append the text of TextBox1 to your string.
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