Google Docs comes with an extensive list of fonts you can use in your document, but sometimes you need more options. In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows users how to access a list of compiled free additional fonts you can use and add to your document. She shows you how to browse fonts, add them, and remove them later.
- [Narrator] Google Docs already comes with…many fonts that you can use,…but Google has compiled in one place…a much larger collection of free fonts…that you can use in case you need some more choices.…To get started, click the font title,…scroll all the way to the bottom, and choose more fonts.…It's going to open up a dialogue box.…On the right is the list of fonts…that you can already use in Google Docs.…On the left is a list of new ones you can add.…You can filter the list if you're looking for…something in particular, for example,…only handwriting fonts or serif.…
And you can also change the sort order…if you're looking for popular fonts…or fonts that were added recently.…You can search for a font by text if you know its name.…Or, finally, you can just scroll…and browse through the list.…When you find one that you like,…you can click on it once,…it will appear in blue and a check mark…will appear next to it.…You'll see that it appears on the right hand side…under your list.…When you're all done, click the blue OK button…
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