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hi,
pls,i'am a beginner in java and have being trying to write a code to (1).change the font size of a text.(2). change the font style of a text.(3)use dialog boxes effectively but failed.pls i need to tell me how to go about it and if you can help me with the code
 
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You can use the setFont() method of a component. You can get more information in our Swing forum, so I'm transferring this thread to that forum.
 
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