Using Google Fonts With InDesign
This article appeared in Issue 109 of InDesign Magazine.
How to Find, Install, and Use Google Fonts in InDesign
If you’re a Creative Cloud member, you have access to Typekit, which at last count featured over 1500 type families for desktop use. But if, like me, you believe that you can never have enough fonts, Google Fonts is another large type library you can access… and it’s free!
The primary purpose of Google Fonts is to serve up fonts to websites. But, like Typekit, Google Fonts can be used for projects destined for print, PDF, or EPUB output as well.
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