It might help us to help you if you started out by showing us the code you're using to do this that uses a font style of another document.
Thank you so much for the email. I tried every object and method I can
posibly think about such as
myTable.Rows.Item(1).PointSize = 24
myCell.Characters.Item(1).PointSize = 24
I got error message all the time. These objects don’t support PointSize.
All I need is to change point size of the text in InDesign tables created
using VBScript. Could you help me with this? Thanks,
I dont know Vbscript, but in javscript, you do like this:
myCell.characters.item(1).pointSize = 24;
(Which would make the second character 24 units large)
In short, dont use uppercase for the first char - in OMV select characters, then pointSize, then you can see how it should be written.
(This could be different in Vbscript but dont think so.)
A JS example:
myDocument = app.activeDocument;
myCell = myDocument.pages.textFrames.tables.cells;
myCell.texts.pointSize = 24;
the Cell is container for text contents - you need to refer to this text to change it's formatting
myCell.Texts.Item(1).Characters.Item(1).PointSize = 24
myCell.Texts.Item(1).PointSize = 24
if you want to change PointSize for entire Cell's contents - even hidden text