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Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 : Preparing a Slide Show - Working with Fonts

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PowerPoint offers an assortment of tools for working with the fonts in your presentation. If you are using nonstandard fonts, you can embed the fonts you use so they “travel” with your presentation. Then, if the computer you use to show your presentation does not have all your fonts installed, the presentation quality will not suffer.

Embed TrueType Fonts in a Presentation

1. Click the File tab, and then click Options.

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If you’re in the Save As dialog box, click the Tools button arrow, and then click Save Options.

2. In the left pane, click Save.

3. Click the list arrow next to Preserve fidelity when sharing this presentation, and then select the presentation you want to embed fonts.

4. Select the Embed fonts in the file check box.

5. Click the option you want.

  • Embed only the characters used in the presentation (best for reducing file size).

  • Embed all characters (best for editing by other people).

6. Click OK.

Did You Know?

Embedding fonts increase the presentation size. When you embed all characters in a presentation, you embed all the characters in the font set, and then increases file size.

Frequently Asked Questions: What’s the Difference Between the Fonts?

There are two basic types of fonts: scalable and bitmapped. A scalable font (also known as outline font) is based on a mathematical equation that creates character outlines to form letters and numbers of any size. The two major scalable fonts are Adobe’s Type 1 PostScript and Apple/Microsoft’s TrueType or OpenType. Scalable fonts are generated in any point size on the fly and require only four variations for each typeface. A bitmapped font consists of a set of dot patterns for each letter and number in a typeface for a specified type size. Bitmapped fonts are created or prepackaged ahead of time and require four variations for each point size used in each typeface. Although a bitmapped font designed for a particular font size will always look the best, scalable fonts eliminate storing hundreds of different sizes of fonts on disk.

 
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