How to add fonts in adobe professional 8

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Adobe Professional 8 or Adobe Acrobat Professional is a PDF (Portable Document Format) file manipulation software that allows the user to create PDF files from scratch for use in personal or business life. It enables users to open and edit existing, unlocked PDF files. Add fonts to this software using a simple process. Additional fonts gives the user's PDF file more character than the default fonts.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Instructions

    Importing the Fonts

  1. 1

    Download some new or custom fonts. Obtain these from various fonts resource websites (see "Resources").

  2. 2

    Extract and drag the font files to the "C:/Windows/Font"s directory in Windows. On Mac OSX, double-click the font file and choose "Install Font." Font files come in different formats including .ttf, .font and .otf.

  3. 3

    Open Adobe Professional 8 by double-clicking on the application in the Windows "Programs" folder. On Mac OSX, navigate to the "Applications" directory and double-click on the program.

  4. 4

    Create a text box by clicking on the "Text Box" icon in Adobe Professional 8.

  5. 5

    Choose your font. A list of fonts will be available at the top. The computer will recognise the new fonts you just added, and you will be able to use them now when editing your PDF file.

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