Fonts: Embed Fonts in PowerPoint Presentations

Created: Friday, September 30, 2016, posted by Geetesh at 2:46 pm

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Did you know that PowerPoint allows you to embed fonts in your presentations? OK, this actually may not work most of the time because of some limitations–and you must be aware of these limitations. On the other hand, when this option does work, it can be very beneficial.

Here are some tutorials and other content on Indezine related to embedding fonts:

Microsoft Windows:

Embed Fonts in PowerPoint 2016

Embed Fonts in PowerPoint 2013

Embed Fonts in PowerPoint 2010

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