Workarounds for Adding Custom Fonts
Here are some creative solutions for adding custom or creepy fonts on Google Docs:
1. Use another program like Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop to create your text in the desired custom font.
2. Save this text as an image file.
3. Import the image into your Google Docs document.
Use SVG Files
1. Create or convert your text in the custom font into an SVG file.
2. Import this SVG file into Google Docs.
1. Create your text with a custom font in Google Drawings.
2. Save it as an image and import it into your Google Docs document.
Several Chrome extensions and Google Workspace add-ons claim to offer additional fonts. Be cautious and ensure you trust the source before installing any third-party tools.
Before using any custom font, make sure you have the legal rights to do so, especially if you plan to distribute or publish your document. Intellectual property rights for fonts can vary, so it’s essential to read and understand any licensing agreements.
While Google Docs doesn’t support adding custom fonts directly, these workarounds offer viable solutions for those looking to add a unique or creepy flair to their documents. Whether you’re crafting a Halloween invitation or writing a suspenseful story, don’t let Google Docs’ limitations stop you from being creative.