Ability to upload and use custom fonts
It should be possible to upload and use custom fonts installed on an organisations Office 365 platform. Uploaded documents now look faulty in Excel / Word / PowerPoint etc since the font is not installed.
Martin Sirotka commented
Its a pitty to have own business cards, websites, and yet emails are messing the corporate identity...
office 365 should be better than its offline version, it supposed to be for professionals saw posts from 2016, its about time to implement it
Samo Klein commented
it is a must for CD
Andreas Schnegg commented
Please realize => very urgent to show a proper CI/CD with aproriate fonts! ==> so, realise!!
Pit-Guy Horneff commented
I can't stress enough how important this feature is.
A custom font is one of the most important components of a corporate design. And literally EVERY company uses custom fonts.
At the moment i can only advise all employees of our company to avoid using the web apps of PowerPoint and Word.
Can't believe it's not possible. Please make it happen! Soon
incredible this is yet not possible
John S commented
Another vote. I'm getting repeated requests for this.
Katherine Bell commented
We use a custom font in all our documents and we have the licenses and should be able to upload and use them in Office 365. Our presentations and documents look awful not being able to use our brand font.
This affects non-profits as well as for profit companies. Is there an update coming?
Richard Nelson commented
This should be easy for admins - we need to use a specific Font in email, SharePoint, Online documents etc.
The lack of the ability to customise this in O365 is rapidly becoming an issue.
please add this feature!!
I have found the way around... this could be the temporary solution for users
Making the same request as previous people in this thread, our use cases are:
- mix of Windows, MAC and Linux users who need to collaborate on Word documents (today Linux users opening and editing documents created with custom fonts result in the entire document format to be modified making collaboration extremely difficult)
- mix of Windows and MAC users who need to collaborate on Word, PowerPoint, Excel documents
The custom fonts are not optional in our case and are included in all document templates in our company.
This one caught us by surprise. Our organization has many documents and templates that make use of custom fonts and as such documents opened via O365/SharePoint are not rendering as expected.
Any updates here?
Jennifer Hubley commented
We also want the ability to utilize custom fonts - seems like a reasonable request that has been open for over two years without feedback from Microsoft - any takers at Microsoft?
Trey Kilgore commented
We just switched from Google to O365 and this feature was the first thing marketing asked about.
Has this been added yet????
Chuck Watkins commented
Here here. There needs to be a reasonable solution to such an easy milestone
I also vote for this. Cant see why MS hasn'tmade this a possibility.
David Peek commented
In this day and age surely to have the option to upload a font that is used regularly in a company (or in my case a school) is paramount. There is nothing more frustrating than producing a document with specialised fonts only to have those who use the document complaining that the font is not displaying correctly. Please make this a feature in the next update.