What is text style in MS Word
Office Word: add font
When you're tired of the default fonts in Microsoft Word or you want to really spruce up a document with a special font, you can simply add new fonts. Third-party websites like DaFont or 1001 Free Fonts allow you to browse a wide selection and download new fonts for free.
How to add new fonts to Word
Word uses the fonts that are installed on Windows. Therefore, to add a new font to Word, you must install a new font on Windows. You can then use this for other Office programs such as Excel or PowerPoint. Follow our step-by-step instructions or take a look at the quick start guide.
quick start Guide
- Download a font you want from a website, for example DaFont (https://www.dafont.com/de/).
- Then after the download, open the .zip file in the file manager.
- Then do one Right click on the file and unzip it.
- Now open the unzipped folder. There should be several TrueType files or OpenType files are located. Make one Double click on one of these files.
- In the new window click on "To install".
- To repeat Follow the installation process for the rest of the files. In Word you should then find your new font under the fonts.
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