procedure ExecuteTarget(Target: TObject); override;
virtual void __fastcall ExecuteTarget(System::TObject* Target);
Toggles the fsItalic style of the target rich edit control's text attributes.
Do not call the ExecuteTarget method. This method is called automatically when the action fires in response to a user action (for example, when the user selects a menu item or presses a tool button that is linked to this action).
Target is the currently active object when the action fires.
If the target rich edit control has a selection, ExecuteTarget toggles the fsItalic style of the selected text attributes (SelAttributes property), adding the fsItalic property if the selected text is not all italic and removing it if the selected text is entirely italic. Note that if the selected text contains both italic and non-italic text, this results in the text becoming entirely italic.
If the target rich edit control has no selection, ExecuteTarget toggles the default fsItalic style of the control. This changes the italic attribute of all text that has not had a specific text attribute applied.