property ConditionalFormat.Italic as Boolean
Specifies whether the objects that match the condition should appear in italic.

 TypeDescription 
   Boolean A boolean expression that indicates whether the objects should look in italic.  
The ApplyTo property specifies whether the ConditionalFormat object is applied to items or to cells in the column. The following VB sample makes italic the cells in the second column ( 1 ), if the sum between second and third column ( 2 ) is less than the value in the first column ( 0 ):
With Grid1.ConditionalFormats.Add("%1+%2<%0")
    .ApplyTo = 1
    .Italic = True
End With

The following C++ sample makes italic the cells in the second column ( 1 ), if the sum between second and third column ( 2 ) is less than the value in the first column ( 0 ):

COleVariant vtEmpty;
CConditionalFormat cf = m_grid.GetConditionalFormats().Add( "%1+%2<%0", vtEmpty );
cf.SetItalic( TRUE );
cf.SetApplyTo( 1 );

The following VB.NET sample makes italic the cells in the second column ( 1 ), if the sum between second and third column ( 2 ) is less than the value in the first column ( 0 ):

With AxGrid1.ConditionalFormats.Add("%1+%2<%0")
    .ApplyTo = 1
    .Italic = True
End With

The following C# sample makes italic the cells in the second column ( 1 ), if the sum between second and third column ( 2 ) is less than the value in the first column ( 0 ):

EXGRIDLib.ConditionalFormat cf = axGrid1.ConditionalFormats.Add("%1+%2<%0",null);
cf.Italic = true;
cf.ApplyTo = (EXGRIDLib.FormatApplyToEnum)1;

The following VFP sample makes italic the cells in the second column ( 1 ), if the sum between second and third column ( 2 ) is less than the value in the first column ( 0 ):

with thisform.Grid1.ConditionalFormats.Add("%1+%2<%0")
	.Italic = .t.
	.ApplyTo = 1
endwith
 


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