When you download Microsoft Office for Windows and Mac, many fonts are automatically installed at the same time. These are standard fonts that are used all over the world, and most of them are simple, straightforward, and easy to read.
More specialized applications, such as Microsoft Publisher, have more ‘fancy’ fonts automatically included, but if you want a unique font for that particular project, how do you go about including it in Microsoft Office apps?
1. Find the Font
There are literally thousands of fonts available on the Internet. Many are free for personal use, but for commercial use, they must be purchased. There are many sites where you can buy a specific font or even have one specially created for you.
For this article, we have used the site 1001 Free Fonts to demonstrate how you would get new fonts for your Microsoft Applications. Follow Steps 2 to 5 if you have used a different location to collect your font.
From the site that you are on, select the font that you wish to download.
2. Locate the Downloaded file in your Downloads Folder
For most people, anything downloaded from the Internet can be found in the system’s Download Folder. If you use a different location for your downloaded files, then look in that folder.
Many fonts will come as compressed files, so you will need to click on the file to open it and find the actual font.
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