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How to embed fonts for a consistent text appearance across systems in PowerPoint
Article ID: 291924 - View products that this article applies to.
This article was previously published under Q291924
For a Microsoft PowerPoint 2000 version of this article, see 198337
For a Microsoft PowerPoint 97 version of this article, see 159813
This article describes how to embed fonts in a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation.
When you create a presentation on a computer that uses one set of fonts, the presentation may not look the same on another computer that has different fonts installed. You may be able to solve this problem by saving (or embedding) your fonts in the presentation.
PowerPoint supports Edit-level TrueType font embedding. This means that if you open a presentation that contains embedded fonts that are not already installed on your computer, you can use those fonts on other text in the same presentation, but you cannot use them in other presentations.
PowerPoint supports the embedding of TrueType fonts when you save in the formats that are listed in the following table.
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How to embed TrueType fonts in a presentationTo save your presentation so that the fonts appear and print correctly when you open the presentation in PowerPoint on another computer, use one of the following methods depending on your version of PowerPoint: