How To Add Fonts To Google Docs

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A lot of us don’t realize that Google Apps offers over 450 different fonts that you can add to your Doc. Use fonts to convey a message or to liven up your Documents. You can now channel your inner graphic designer, and spruce up your next doc with some great new fonts. Step 2: Next, open any of the web apps like Word, and add the font name in the textbox for font and hit the Enter the key. And that's pretty much it. And that's pretty much it.

As you may have noticed, there aren't a lot of choices for Hebrew fonts in Google Docs. Right now, Rashi script is one of the only features keeping me attached to Microsoft Word.
Here's how to find the available Hebrew fonts in Google Docs.Docs
Click on File > Language
Scroll past the Latin-alphabet languages until you find עברית. (This does not change the language of the toolbar or the left-to-right orientation of the page.)How to import fonts into google slides

When you select עברית, the following fonts will appear in the font section on the toolbar up top. The highlighted fonts work in Hebrew.

How To Add Fonts To Google Docs Chrome

When the language selection is English, the only fonts available that will look different in Hebrew are Arial, Courier New (if you miss your old typewriter) and Times New Roman. All other fonts will leave Hebrew in Times New Roman.
There is one other choice (if you find more, please let me know!) - if you go to the bottom of the font list (when the language selection is English) and click 'More fonts' - you can search for and choose Tahoma, which is a different type of sans serif font, and might be fun to use on occasion.

How To Add Fonts To Google Docs Word