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How to Add New Fonts in Microsoft Word on Windows

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Getting a little tired of the default fonts that come with Microsoft Word? You can add and install new fonts to inject some personality into your work. It’s simple–here’s how to do it.

  • First, find some new fonts that you like. There are several websites like DaFont, FontSpace, and Font Squirrel that have huge archives of fonts that are updated regularly. If you want more options, check out this list for a extensive roundup of free resources.
  • Download the .zip file that contains the font, and then extract the file.
  • Open up the Control Panel. Enter the “Appearance and Personalization” category and then select Fonts.
  • Drag and drop your new font into this window, and it’ll be available in Word now.

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