Google Slides is an online presentation tool that is easy to use and offers a wide range of customizable options. One of the options it provides is the ability to import custom fonts. This feature can add a unique touch to your presentations. In this blog post, we’ll guide you through the process of importing fonts into Google Slides.
Step 1: Open Your Presentation
The first step in importing new fonts is to navigate to Google Slides and open your presentation. If you have not created a presentation yet, you can easily create one by clicking on the + New button and selecting Google Slides from the dropdown menu.
Step 2: Access the Font Menu
Once your presentation is open, click on the box containing the text that you want to change the font for. Then, navigate to the toolbar at the top of the page. Here, click on the current font name. This will open a dropdown menu with a list of available fonts.
Step 3: Add Fonts to Your Selection
At the top of the font list, you’ll see an option labelled Add Fonts…. Click on this option to proceed. This will open a new window that displays all the fonts available for you to add to your Google Slides.
Step 4: Choose Your Font
In the Add Fonts window, you can browse or search for the font that you want to import. Once you’ve found the font you’re looking for, click on it. A checkmark will appear next to the font name, indicating that it has been selected.
Click on 'OK' at the bottom of the window to save your changes.
Step 5: Apply the Imported Font
After clicking OK, you’ll be taken back to your presentation. The font you just added will now appear at the top of your font list. To apply this font to your text, simply select the text and then click on your new font from the dropdown menu.
Importing fonts into Google Slides is a straightforward process that can greatly enhance the visual appeal of your presentations. Whether you’re looking for a professional font for a business presentation or a fun font for a personal project, Google Slides offers a wide selection to choose from. Remember to save your changes and you’re good to go! Happy presenting!