Skip to main content. For a Microsoft Word version of this article, see For a Microsoft Word 97 version of this article, see Microsoft Word allows you to embed a TrueType font in ma Word document so that you can view and edit the font, if licensing rights allow. Using Microsoft Word all the time? Are you not happy with the font that you are using? Well, to use a custom font which means using any other fonts than inbuilt fonts of Microsoft Word in your doc, then you should know how to embed the fonts on to the document. As you want the document to look the way you expected. Why do you want to embed the font, you ask? The reason is if you ever opened the MS word document with a custom font, which is not embedded onto it, then you should know MS Word displays the content in the default font.
In PowerPoint for Office for Mac and PowerPoint for Mac, you can embed fonts in a presentation. Word for Mac and Excel for Mac don't support embedded fonts. Embed fonts in a presentation file. This feature is only available to Office Subscribers and in PowerPoint for Mac, version or later. Some Office apps let you embed fonts in your documents. That way, if you share your document with someone else, the fonts, layout, and styling of the document won't change, and special characters won't turn into meaningless rectangles. More Information When you create a presentation in PowerPoint on a computer that uses one set of fonts, those fonts may not look the same when you open the same presentation on another computer that has different. PowerPoint for Mac correctly displays fonts that have been embedded in the file. Embed fonts in a presentation file.
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