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Using Bold Type in Desktop Publishing | Typestyle Tutorial
How and when to use bold type in your documents. Examples of Typeface weights and tips on using bold type for emphasis and how not to overdo the use of ...
Using Reversed Type Treatments in Desktop Publishing
Here are ways to use reversed type as well as what to avoid when setting text in reversed type.
Type Contrast - Use Type Features to Create Contrast
Mix large type with small type. Combine serif with sans serif type to create type contrast. There are many ways to create contrast with type.
An Introduction to COM Programming with Delphi (6 / 6) - page 1/3
COM type definitions usually reside in a type library. Let's see how to make your first Type Library using Delphi.
Understanding and Using Record Data Types in Delphi - About.com
Of course, we could try with one three-dimensional array, but what about it's type ? We need string for names and e-mails, but an integer for the number of ...
Typography Tutorials - Type Styles | Using Bold and Italic Fonts ...
Tutorials teach how to use various styles of type including bold, italics, bold italic, underlining, superscript, and other options.
TrueType Fonts (What They Are and How To Use Them)
Type & Fonts Glossary | Alpha Index to Full Glossary:. ... Although still in widespread use, more and more TrueType fonts are being converted to or replaced by ...
Excel TYPE Function Tutorial - Spreadsheets - About.com
Excel's TYPE function gives you information about the type of data located in a cell. This tutorial shows you how to use this function in an Excel spreadsheet.
Understanding Delphi SET Type - Expert Guide - About.com
Delphi's set type is a collection of values of the same ordinal type. A set is defined using the set of keyword: type TMagicNumber = 1..34; TMagicSet = set of ...
Understanding and Using Array data types in Delphi - About.com
The concept of arrays in Delphi is simple: arrays allow us to refer to a series of variables by the same name and to use a number (an index) to tell them apart.
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