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*Linux: Exit OpenOffice and then run the spadmin program (located in your OpenOffice.org directory) and click on the “Fonts” button.
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OpenOffice uses the fonts that are installed in your system. Add new fonts using the Font management tools for your Operating System (for example in Microsoft Windows, you add new fonts via Control Panel > Fonts). You may need to restart OpenOffice (including the Quickstarter), to see the new fonts in the Font Name list box.
 
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*Mac: The above information may work on some operating systems but it does not work on MacOS X Tiger PPC.
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*Windows: OOo uses the fonts that are installed in your system. Add new fonts using the Control Panel. May be you have to restart OOo (including the Quickstarter), then you will see those new fonts in the Font Name list box.
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Latest revision as of 21:46, 2 November 2017


How can I add fonts to OpenOffice?


OpenOffice uses the fonts that are installed in your system. Add new fonts using the Font management tools for your Operating System (for example in Microsoft Windows, you add new fonts via Control Panel > Fonts). You may need to restart OpenOffice (including the Quickstarter), to see the new fonts in the Font Name list box.

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