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Select the appropriate font for your document's theme. This guide will show you how to format and add fonts to Google Docs.
You can either open an existing Google Document or create a new Google Doc. Select the text to change the font of an existing document. To create a new document place your cursor exactly where you wish to start typing.
Tip Enter Docs.new into the address bar of your browser to quickly open a new page.
Google Docs will show the additional font in the Font Picker, so that you can begin typing immediately. All fonts previously selected will be displayed under Latest in the Font selection dropdown.
It is easy to delete any additional fonts using the font dialog. There are two options:
It is a great way to organize your font collection and help you choose the best font. It is easy to come back and add another font for any new documents or presentations that might require it.
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Google Docs are part of Google Drive's cloud-based Google Drive Suite. Google Docs does not allow you to upload custom fonts. Fonts used in documents are all web-based fonts and are open source. These fonts are available in the Google Fonts repository, which contains nearly 1300+ fonts from different languages.
Google Fonts allows you to submit a customized font, however it is beyond the reach of any typeface designer.
Google made it much easier for you to add fonts into Slides and Docs. The 1,364 font family libraries from open-source fonts should suffice to allow you to forget about third-party extensions.
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