In Google Slides, you can pick between various built-in fonts, depending on what suits your presentation. However, you can also add new fonts if you can’t find your desired font from the list. This guide will show you how to add fonts to Google Slides.
Note: This method only allows you to import fonts from Google Fonts. As of the moment, Google Slides does not allow adding and embedding custom fonts that are downloaded from third-party websites.
- Open your Google Slide presentation from the Google Slides website.
- Choose the Font menu in the toolbar and select More Fonts. The Fonts popup window will appear.
- To search for a font name, type in the keywords on the search field and click the Search button. You can also use the dropdown categories, such as scripts, font type, and sorting method to help you find your font easier.
- Once you’ve found your desired font, select it and choose OK. The font will now be added to the list of fonts.