How to Add Font in MS PowerPoint?

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 I'm working with MS PowerPoint. I've downloaded some new fonts from the internet. These fonts are in .TTF Format. I want to add these fonts to MS PowerPoint application. I'm using Windows XP.

Please tell me, how I can do that.




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Answered By 0 points N/A #117708

How to Add Font in MS PowerPoint?



There is a very simple way that you can use this font. Please copy your downloaded font. Then follow as below. Here I am writing in a different way:

Option 1

  • Click start then click Control Panel. Under the Control Panel open Font folder. Then click edit and paste all fonts here.

Option 2

  • Please open My Computer then open C Drive then open Windows folder. Under the Windows folder you will find a Font Directory. Please paste all fonts here.

After done with any of the options, please open your PowerPoint presentation, then click Format from menu bar, then click font and then choose your font that you have downloaded from the internet.


Answered By 0 points N/A #117709

How to Add Font in MS PowerPoint?

  • First, close the presentation you’re working with in the Microsoft PowerPoint program then copy those new fonts you have downloaded from the internet.
  • Second, open the “Fonts” folder from the control panel, by clicking the start menu, and choosing “Control Panel” from the “menu” that has popped up.
  • When the control panel window is open, locate the icon bearing the name "Fonts".(You can open the “Fonts” folder directly from your hard drive usually “Drive C:” but it depends on what drive letter your Operating System is installed, but opening it from the control panel saves us time.)
  • Lastly, after you opened the Fonts folder, click "Edit” located in the upper left corner of the window and choose “Paste" wait for the installation to finish.
  • Open your Microsoft PowerPoint again and now your new fonts are available for your presentation.

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