Google has many fonts that are not available in Microsoft Word. In this video, observe how Google makes this a non-issue and allows you to still keep those fonts, even in Word.
- [Instructor] Google Docs comes with many fonts…that don't come with Microsoft Word.…If you used one of those fonts,…you might be concerned that you'll lose the font…when you convert your Google Docs into Word.…Well fortunately for us, it won't be an issue.…Google Docs will embed the fonts into that Word document.…Let's take a look.…We're at our Google Drive,…and we're going to open up this document, Landon Hotel Copy.…Our header here,…is using a font called Alegreya.…
Alegreya is not a font that comes with Word,…and it's not been installed on this computer.…Now let's convert this document into Word,…and take a look at it.…File, Download as, Microsoft Word.…And we'll open it up in Word.…Now, when I open this document,…notice that big yellow bar across the top?…That's the Protected View,…but I want to edit, so all I have to do…is click on this button up here at the top…that says Enable Editing.…
There we go, and I've got my ribbon…and everything else.…Our font looks the same, and when I highlight it,…notice that it is still Alegreya.…
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