Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Embed fonts into a presentation, part of PowerPoint Quick Tips.
- [Narrator] To prevent unwanted visual changes…to your slides, PowerPoint gives you the option…to embed the fonts you've used…directly into your presentation file,…making it unnecessary to include the font file separately…when you copy your presentation from computer to computer.…To embed your fonts, go to the file tab,…click options, and then select save.…Near the bottom, check out embed fonts in the file option.…To make sure you'll be able to edit the text…in your presentation on any other computer,…select the embed all characters option here.…Click okay and then save your file…to save the fonts in it.…
Be aware that that this only works…with TrueType and OpenType fonts.…But unless you're working with some obscure custom fonts,…that shouldn't be a concern.…If possible, though, be sure to check out your presentation…on the computer you'll be using to present it…to make sure your fonts were properly embedded…into your file.…
- Changing the size of your slides
- Adding backgrounds and watermarks
- Adding, rearranging, and deleting slides in PowerPoint
- Viewing speaker notes privately during a presentation
- Editing master slides
- Adding voice-over narration
- Changing the page orientation of your presentation
Skill Level Beginner
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