I wanted to add a lot more creative fonts to my computer. DaFont.com has it all. In this video, I’ll show you how to search, download, relocate to a folder outside of your default Downloads folders, extract all files, and finally, install.
If Used, Embed
If you use these installed fonts in a Word document, PowerPoint presentation, etc., be sure to embed them when you save. This is especially important if you’re sharing a document or you’re presenting on a different computer and those fonts aren’t installed. When you save your file, be sure to tick the box to Embed fonts (this video shows you how).
NOTE: If you create a template to base future documents on, click to embed fonts in it so you don’t have to remember to do this every time.
Here is a cool Website I found that allows you to type a word or phrase in a text box to see what it’ll look like in all the fonts on your computer. WordMark.it
Wikipedia Font List
In addition to seeing how fonts on your computer look inside your Office document, you can see them on this Wikipedia list.
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