Embedding fonts in the file


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Embedding fonts in the file

So you've made some fabulous PowerPoint decks in your time and they looked great when you printed them out, but did you ever have the disappointment of calling up your presentation on someone else's computer and everything turned to Arial or another default font? Take a look at Slide 2. This can happen because the fonts available on the font list are specific to your computer. You can't guarantee that other computers will have the same fonts that you have. So for example, this presentation was done in the font Gautami, but if you don't have Gautami, you'll probably see something else up here, maybe Calibri, maybe Arial.

To prevent this from happening and tocensure that your presentation has the fonts that you designed, go up to the File tab and down to Options, click on Save, and look down at the bottom, there is an option here for Embed fonts in the file. When I click on it the font will get saved along with the PowerPoint presentation. You have two optio...

Embedding fonts in the file
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Embedding fonts in the file provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Power Shortcuts

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