The property you need to verify depends solely on the control used in your application. I recommend that you examine the control's methods and properties in the Object Browser and try to find those responsible for the font. If you fail to find such properties/methods, you can use a Region checkpoint (see the "Region Checkpoints" help topic ( http://www.automatedqa.com/support/v....aspx?aid=2984 ) for more information) to verify the font.
Thanks for your reply soon,
For example, I want to verify the font in Notepad.I type some text, then change font (name,size, style). I want to verify that the text appear as correct as I chose. I didn't find any properties in Object Browser. So, can you show me how to use Region Checkpoints to do that?
BTW, I recommend that you move the focus from the edit box to another window/control so that the caret will not be displayed in the text box: otherwise, the caret may cause the checkpoint to fail. You can use the SetFocus method to do this (see the "SetFocus Method" help topic http://www.automatedqa.com/support/v...e.aspx?aid=652 ) for more information).