How to Add Google Fonts to LibreOffice

Computer Stuff | Adding Google Fonts to LibreOffice

Go to Google Font site. Choose the desired font in Google Fonts.
Click the Add to Collection button next to your favorite font.
Now download your fonts collection. (You can even download the entire google fonts family!)

Unzip the font file. Go to your fonts directory and create a folder for the downloaded font:

cd
/usr/share/fonts/truetype/
sudo
mkdir name_of_the_font

Now move the content of the zip file to the newly created folder:

sudo
mv ~/Escritorio/Font_file.ttf ./

Restart LibreOffice. Now you can see the font in the list!

Alex note

I used sudo nautilus command otherwise the font files are locked with unresolvable owner permissions. Being root mitigate this problem.

The fonts I’ve used

The fonts I pulled down through this I’ve used on the front page is :

AmaticSC & Caveat.

The font Caveat, I don’t think I’ve used that anywhere in here yet.

The Fonts I’ve downloaded :

The following fonts are text fonts :

AmaticSC

Caveat

The following fonts are Display Fonts :

AudioWide

Bungee

Bungee_Shade

CodyStar

Diplomatic_SC

Faster_One

Fredricka_the_Great

Monoton

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